There’s something strange and powerful about black-and-white imagery; something about its simplicity that makes it extremely appealing. I suppose it’s the nostalgic feeling each photograph brings, or the timeless quality it possess. It is a beautiful, contrasting marriage of elegance and haunting mystery that rouses every bit of our emotions.
"The corner of your collar, the corner of your smile. The corner where we kissed. The street corners turning into corners of the corridor, into the corners of the room where we lay. The corner where we parted. I remember the corner"
This is beauty in all its simplicity. Credits to Bea Dims for sharing this vid!
"Ten years from now, I want to become someone who has made a
lasting impact in the world. I want my name imprinted in history; to be someone whose works have benefited a lot of people—rich and poor. I want to leave this earth knowing that I have tried to do everything I could have possibly done. With perseverance and conviction, I will be this person."