Recommended Reading / 17.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Every Monday (or in this case, Tuesday), words to start the week. 

This week, from Paul Cronin's Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed: Words of wisdom from the filmmaker himself, including "develop your own voice," "carry bolt cutters everywhere," "thwart institutional cowardice," and, best of all, "get used to the bear behind you." See the full list at Kottke, here.

A few more, just because:
-Tilt-shift paintings. (Thanks, Dad.)
-New York City from a height, in winter and summer.
-Superheroes in solitude and animals mid-sneeze.
-"I am rooted, but I flow."

More recommended reading, here. Photographs by Lena Herzog.


Daina Ankrum said...

I love, love, love the New York City from a height, in winter and summer photos! I wouldn't mind having a few of those enlarged and framed in my apartment. So beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

Kelly said...

Aw, I love those, too!

Shoko said...

Daina, they'd make such great prints!

burntfeather said...

Those New York from a height photos look so surreal and I love the super hero ones too :)

Anonymous said...

seriously so cool.


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