I’ve always been a great fan of daily projects or at least projects based on some sort of regularity. I’ve been doing them myself….some of them are on my web…morning graphics…one minute w and than the beds….I think that the process itself is of biggest importance because it keeps me connected to reality and gives me sense of doing even on days when I actually don’t do anything meaningful….I thought Mr. Master would be another daily based project because he just came one day, we hanged out and everything was so easy….but things changed as I moved back to Vienna…Mr. Master is still around we do have our little chats but I have no time to capture his life and share it with the rest of the world regularly…I got lost in time and space little bit, trying to find my place again after not being in Vienna for 7 months…getting back to University and having the mind occupied with the content of classes that I’m taking…Than I made the decision that I will give a chance to digital camera, at least in some situations to shorten some processes and make some things go faster so I’d have time for others….Well and right at the moment when I looked through the viewfinder I knew its a chance for another daily project….When I was doing beds it was very important to have the data back in the camera as the analog process caused that sometimes I had the film developed with 2 or 3 months delay…dates on the photos were useful – necessary…Now I snap the photo and its in my computer right away…this ultra fast reality made me little confused and I started to think how should I progress…which is the proper form for new project…how to go on with it…until I decided that the best I can do is stop analyzing it and just do it as it comes…without any additional thinking…if there is any idea behind it at all it is super simple…manual processes captured by digital camera….well lets see what it brings….I’m curios myself


Homo sapiens is poised to become the greatest catastrophic agent since a giant asteroid collided with the Earth sixty-five million years ago, wiping out half the world’s species in a geological instant. – Dr. Richard Leakey

We have come to look at our planet as a resource for our species, which is funny when you think that the planet has been around for about five billion years, and Homo sapiens for perhaps one hundred thousand. We have acquired an arrogance about ourselves that I find frightening. We have come to feel that we are so far apart from the rest of nature that we have but to command. – Marston Bates

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I don't want my life to be a reason for other's life to be a suffering that is why I am vegan and that is how I want to raise my son. I love my little family, birds, rainy days and life on the road. I believe in life before death :).


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