Sunday, January 9, 2011
cedar-wood scented, breeze. She had arrived at the Brazil House in the Cite Internationale, ready to start her philosophy masters degree. She was carrying a case full of books: Kant, Nietzsche, Hegel, Locke, Rousseau, Heidegger, Husserl. Her heart was heavy, and the breeze felt to her like she was being burnt from the inside by a cedar-wood blaze. She glowed red, splintered and cracked, then dimmed, cooled and flaked away. She emerged new, fresh, ready for her studies.
1. Ranya Mordanova shot by Aingeru Zorita for Metal Magazine No.22 (Paper Mode), 2. Brazil House, Paris (Fake Sart), 3. Ranya Mordanova shot by Aingeru Zorita for Metal Magazine No.22 (Paper Mode), 4. Dree Hemingway shot by Inez van Lamsweerde for Purple Magazine (The Photography Link), 5. Stefania Bosio - Ornamental MTO Jewelry (Style Bubble)