In weightlessness ...
Regarding the past, it appears that everything is cyclic: doomed to grow, to thrive, to wane and finally disappear. Whether they are celestial objects, geological structures, species, individuals that compose them, societies they form, monuments they erect, civilizations they build. So that the remnants of their past existences litter our present, fit into our time. Vestiges of a chain of eroded mountains, remains of extinct species, rests of formerly sacred monuments, witnesses of a time when the belief in a specific divinity ruled every existence. On this black and white photograph acquired on a winter evening at Rabastens in the Tarn, the church steeple seems suspended in space, frozen in time. Immutable. Atemporel. And yet ...
Information relating to this photography:
- Photographic conditions : Fuji X-E2 + Fujinon Lens XF 35mm F1.4 R - F/4 - 15 secondes - ISO 200
- Processing tool of the photography : RAW file converter EX powered by Silkypix 220.127.116.11
- Optimization of displaying colors on screen : Firefox 30.0 + Module Color Management 0.5.3
Keywords : Church of Rabastens, Tarn, cycle of life and death, living beings, inanimate objects, concepts, structures