Things as we are

Things as we are

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“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
(Anais Nin – French author, 1903-1977)

It was during a winter afternoon along the holy waters of the Ganges in Varanasi (Benaras), a old man was sleeping enjoying the last minutes of heat before sunset, a younger one was striking a few poses as if he was ready for a fashion show, further a bird wanted to find its dinner while another was looking at all of us from the top of a flag.
Maybe nothing was really going on this way, maybe I was the only one to see all that in the composition of this scenery, as Anais Nin wrote, we see things as we are…

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One Response to “Things as we are”

  1. Once again, I’m speechless… This picture is SOOOO beautiful. I’m going to India next month and I hope to have learnt a little bit from you and take some (not so beautiful, sure) pictures by myself. Thank you, for these little pieces of beauty.

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