PHOTOGRAPHERS ON TUMBLR - PLEASE READ!
If you like the sound of an entire blog dedicated to your work for a whole day, then head over to:
This is a new project, but is already extremely popular. If you would like to enter to be exhibited please send an email to:email@example.com
Lets get this project in front of as many Original Photographers as possible:
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH [1685-1750] / ANTONIO LUCIO VIVALDI [1678-1741]
Concerto n. 2 for harpsichord in D major (BWV 972)
L’Estro Armonico: Concerto Op. 3 n. 9 (RV 230)
I. (Allegro) - 0:05
II. Larghetto - 2:43
III. Allegro - 7:05
Hans Ludwig Hirsch (W. Dowd, 1978, Paris after Blanchet, 1730 harpsichord)
1992 - DDD
Here and there the night is
pulling up its collar and walking away.
I can almost make out the faint odor of stars.
I don’t know whose shadow has taken the place of my own.
It is the bird with one wing that is singing my song.
—Richard Jackson, from “Unauthorized Autobiography,” in Heartwall (University of Massachusetts Press, 2000)