Sunday, February 24, 2013

Santa Maria de las Condes


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The chapel of the Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de las Condes designed by Martin Correa.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Thursday, February 14, 2013

No dog, no life!



No dog, no life!

by  SOU FUJIMOTO



Tuesday, December 25, 2012

a pastoral form of thinking


Goethe's observations on his travels different from today's because made from a mail-coach, and with the slow changes of the region, develop more simply and can be followed much more easily even by one who does not know those parts of the country.  A calm, so-to-speak pastoral form of thinking sets inSince the country offers itself unscathed in its indigenous character to the passengers in a wagon, and since highways too divide the country much more naturally than the railway lines to which they perhaps stand in the same relationship as do rivers to canals, so too the observer need do no violence to the landscape and he can see systematically without great effort.  Therefore there are few observations of the moment, mostly only indoors, where certain people suddenly and hugely bubble up before one's eyes; for instance, Austrian officers in Heidelberg, on the other hand the passage about the men in Wiesenheim is closer to the landscape, “They wear blue coats and white vests ornamented with woven flowers” (quoted from memory).  Much written down about the falls of the Rhine at Schaffhausen, in the middle in larger letters: “Excited ideas.”

from Franz Kafka's Diaries, 29.09.1911