Monday, September 16, 2013

Masters of the art

Enigmatic part of Saul Leiter's works.

So different, so special. 

Light and snow, glass and water, fog and sun, shadows and...umbrellas.

New York. Fifties.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Language happiness reflection

You know what I like the most about English? About speaking it, listening to it, talking with English and Americans?

That because of this language everyone is equal. I feel really free while speaking English. And I think about native speakers as open-minded, joyful people with so much positive energy that can make everyone's day.

In English your boss is "you", your friend is "you", the pope is "you", everybody you dislike is just "you". You don't have to look up to speak to them. You can make them favors, but you're as important as they are.
In Polish, which is my mother tongue, you speak to people you don't know well by using "Mr, Mrs". Your boss is your BOSS, not the person who hires you and you just work together to make some effort. You own them very big amount of respect, so Polish people usually dislike their bosses because they have to hide their negative opinons.  Of course, in English you need to respect them as well, but you are the part of the system, in your workplace. You can catch some distance. Maybe it's only my imagination, but I really feel that so much depends on the language you use. The whole life's attitude. Your working ability, your self-worth, your mood.

When I only hear British accent, I feel happy. And I'm glad that native speakers are back to my workplace.
Everything is gonna change for better. It will be lighter and brighter. Because of sounds, because of their relaxed attitude. I feel great when I can do a cup of coffee for Lindsey or Tom. I don't feel really good when I have to make coffee to Mrs K. Everyday.

sometimes I think that if i wasn't so afraid of travelling I would take my life and move to another country
and so many of my friends woulddo the same

Tuesday, September 3, 2013


Found on Flickr.

Amorrr Burakova's Photography

Maybe it's all about dreaming a story for each photograph?