martes

cosas que me gustan

de la foto que encabeza esta página:
la flor de cardo en el pasto, la estructura metálica del fondo, que se note un poco la bombacha tras el joggin gris, el movimiento del pelo de la chica del centro en contraste con le quietud de la otra , el libro cien años de soledad, el verde claro del árbol iluminado, el verde oscuro del pino, los colores tostado y blanco de la piel, los músculos, que parezca un pintura, la sombra de los ramas en el camino, la luz del sol en la paja.

6 comentarios:

Paula dijo...

y la guìa t!

Anónimo dijo...

a mí me gusta focé!

Sil dijo...

a mí me gusta la chica acostada,porque aún en su actitud pasiva hay mucha intensidad, se nota que está muy consciente de todo, de los pájaros, de cómo se mueven los charcos de sol en el piso, de cómo se le hunde la cadera en el pasto a través de la tela. Estar aquí y ahora.

inés dijo...

jajaja divertido es ir de pic nic y dormir la siesta

Belén dijo...

a mí me gustan los colores.

Anónimo dijo...


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