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beegood on May 25, 2010

Hola Ana, muchíssimas gracias. Me alegra de que te guse precisamente esa foto. Para mi simbolizaba toda aquella crueldad incomprensible. Intentemos lograr que no haya más alambradas en el mundo.....

Gracias Ana. Con carino, abrazos, Maja

beegood on May 25, 2010

Gracias Juan. Para mi era un símbolo de todo lo inhumano que pasó allí. Incomprensible. Gracias por visitar también esa foto lúgubre.

Saludos, Maja

LittleNAJI on May 27, 2010

Menuda captura!!!

Te felicito una vez más, porque te lo mereces.


Un abrazo!

beegood on May 27, 2010

Toni, muchíssimas gracias por el BO para este sitio tan terrible. Con simpatía, Maja

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on May 30, 2010

I like.

beegood on May 31, 2010

Muchas gracias Beatriz, por visitar también es foto de un sitio tan lúgubre. Saludos cordiales a Brasil. Maja

Amelia Royan on June 2, 2010

Dark, passionless kisses were sure to have wounded the spirits of the detainees, and continue to tear the hearts of those of us in these times. Thank you for this series of photos dear Maya.

I am reminded of the poetry of Wilfred Owen, and the music of Benjamin Britten.

Warm greetings, Amelia

beegood on June 3, 2010

Thank you so much dear Amelia for appreciating this very image. A true nightmare. Owen, Britten and many other artists tried to express the sheer horror with their means.... I think it was Adorno who said once "to write a poem after Auschwitz has happened is a crime against humanity"....

All my best wishes to you - Maja

Amelia Royan on June 3, 2010

I'm not sure who wrote that quote either dear Maya, but Wilfred Owen wrote all his war poems while in action in France. He was killed in action at the Battle of the Sambre a week before the war ended. In a moment of ghastly irony, the telegram from the War Office announcing his death was delivered to his mother's home as her town's church bells were ringing in celebration of the Armistice. The pity of war ....

beegood on June 3, 2010

There are millions of heartbraking stories like the one you were mentioning dear Amelia - millions and millions, and every single one of them heartbreaking. More than anyone can take, and yet...

Love, Maja

kasiulowa on June 3, 2010


~Marlene~ on June 14, 2010

I agree! It is quite a triumph to capture the ugly in a beautiful photograph. YS for you and I will add you as a favorite photographer. Best wishes from Michigan, Marlene

beegood on June 14, 2010

In this case the beauty is saw is the sky, light, prevailing behind our atrocities dear Marlene.... this is also what we are aiming for in life I think: to make light prevail - not always easy but the only way....

Thank you for the honour of adding me to your favs dear Marlene - I had a glimpse at your gallery and did the same, will come back this evening with more time - cheers!!!!

Warmest greetings from Germany, Maja

beegood on June 14, 2010

Good morning dear Kasia, sorry for the delay in answering! I was away for mor than a week. You are absolutely right - let's stand together for that!

All my best to you - Maja

annebl on September 27, 2010

Very beautiful image.LIKE

beegood on November 10, 2010

Thank you dear Anne. I am very pleased you like this serious one. Beset wishes, Maja

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  • Uploaded on May 21, 2010
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    by beegood
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A480
    • Taken on 2010/04/30 12:44:41
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/2000)
    • Focal Length: 9.84mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: -1.33 EV
    • No flash