Every place I go leaves a mark in my memory and soul. I will never be the same, I am constantly under construction putting the pieces of all my experiences together. This poem represents those changes and how something primitive, like nature, acts as a catalyst for self discovery.



Metamorfosis

La metamorfosis del alma comienza en el cuerpo,
avanza en la tierra intacta que se perfila eterna,
la abrazo desde las entrañas para unirme a ella.

El polvo oscuro es la lava que quemó la esperanza,
me pierdo en su inmensidad desdibujada,
un punto en sus campos negros deshechos en la intemperie.



The Path of Transformation

The path of transformation begins in the body,
The soul moves itself through an intact eternal land,
I embrace its depths hoping to become one with the Earth.

The hopeless dust was once the burning lava,
I get lost in its dark blurred immensity,
A dot on the black fields melting against the tide.



Portrait: Irene Cruz (Moonlight)

Location: Island

Landscape pictures and text by me




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I decided to start my personal blog with some art and one of those abandoned places, full of charm and mystery that can only be found in Berlin. Since I moved here, there has being a flow of inspiration among the city, Irene Cruz and me. Such a magnetic female triangle!



Art, in particular photography, marked the beginning of my cycle in this city, and somehow it managed to deeply change the way I perceive beauty and interact with it. I had the honor of being the muse of several projects like this one: Ewige Wiederkunft (2015).



Ewige Wiederkunft (the Eternal Cycle of Life) by Irene Cruz is a photo series based around universal feelings such as loneliness and uncertainty. We are by ourselves facing the idea of time, the strength of nature and an opaque universe that we will never comprehend.



At some point everything looks familiar and repetitive, back to the original state. We live in a loop, in a constant déjà vu. Is time linear and objective? Can we disrupt our past, present and future? Sometimes forever can last just a second after all.



Photographer: Irene Cruz

Model: Nadia Túnez

Location: Berlin

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