How strange: I left Scotland to come and líve in Spain, but I really would have liked to have lived in France!
I love the Dordogne area - perhaps because, perversely, it reminds me a bit of Scotland but with better cooking and wine. Really, though, I know I should have gone to live in Rome because I used to have relatives there and the psychology is pretty much natural to me. You think I'm messed up?
It is understandable because Scotland is a pretty hard country, after all. Just the weather and the economy... Scotland is a bit expensive. So, (and that will answer Slobodan the Sneaky
) it is why I would prefer to live in USA (pragmatic working life style
) and keep my heart in Scotland, like a dream, even though I go Scotland almost every years. Who know, maybe my retirement place (If I find enough money to buy me a cottage where I want
). About Roma ... I love Roma (not all in Italy
). It is a easy place to live and, even if you do not speak Italian, you find yourself very de-stressed, very easy and peaceful (if you want some adress I do have some fine plans here
You didn't messed up then, you like good things
Don't give up on that one, Hulyss. A photo without text can of course be a fine thing, as can text without a photo, but the combination of the two opens up lots of interesting possibilities, and not only in photojournalism. William Yang is a favorite of mine - see some of his work here. Look for the handwritten text on or below many of the images.
Thank you for this link Ken, very interesting (and I don't give up)
DP2m photo to be back on the topic before being incinerated !!