Andrey Tarkovsky’s Polaroids
A collection of polaroids from one of the most renown Russian directors of the 20th century. Andrey Tarkovsky’s films contain such specific and original cinematography that it’s no surprise his polaroid captures would be just as intriguing. You can check out more of his polaroid collection in a book called “Instant Light: Tarkovsky Polaroids”. And if you watch one film by him let it be The Mirror.
prague, august 2012
two random shots somewhere around jena
two random shots of jena
Two streetshots from Prague.
Prag, Summer 2012
Ausblick Alter Peter, München. With those love locks.
Another. How fucking motivating.
Unviversitätsstadt Jena/ University City Jena
So U. and I are going to a friends birthday tonight. I dressed up though I hate people AND myself. Double-UGH.
Sherlock Holmes Museum blah.
Ok, we stay in the house of some friends now and everyone is ready to leave, but THE PRINTER DOESN’T PRINT OUR ONLINE TICKETS do we just stand stupidly in front of the house and watch the snow melting down the branches of the threes in this street and Chiara (who is my sister of 14 years for all who wonder) and I are just bored and we all went fully dressed for the extraordinary cold weather back into the house and sit on the sofa.
Neat, now I smell coffee so at least we won’t spend money for Starbucks when we finally get into the city centre (‘: