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Andreas Hafenscher Photography Sahara Marocco 2010

The story of a photographic desert journey.

Enjoy it.

The hardest thing to see is what is in front of your eyes. (Johann W. Goethe)

The incomplete image and the unexpected image set the mind a puzzle. (E. H. Gombrich)

Look at any landscape photography. You see the shape of things, the mountains and trees and buildings, but not the sky. (Kurt Ko"a)

Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the shore. (Andre Gide)

The proximity of optical units is the simplest condition for a crystallization of unified visual wholes. (Gyorgy Kepes)

Units which resemble each other in shape, size, direction, color, brightness, or location will be seen together. (Rudolf Arnheim)

Look for what you don´t see. (Rashid Elisha)

When figures are not suďŹƒciently dierent from their backgrounds, they blend in with their surroundings and no "thing" is perceives. (Roy R. Behrens)

Things should be made simple, not simpler. (Albert Einstein)

Related masses of dark and light can convey an impression ...

... of beauty entirely independent of meaning. (Arthur W. Dow)

The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera. (Dorthea Lange)

True Friends are a sure refuge. (Aristotle)

Forming is more important than form. (Paul Klee)

The more one looks, the more one sees. And the more one sees, the better one knows where to look. (T. de Chardin)

A vertical axis produces more compelling visual symmetry than a horizontal axis. (Rudolf Arnheim)

A person learns significantly only those things which he perceives as being involved in. (Carl Rogers)

In art there are perceptions, opinions, speculations, and interpretations, but no proof. This is both its mystery and its magic. (Paul Rand)

We can only recognize what we know. (E. H. Gombrich)

Whoever listens to the drum hears silence. (Georges Braque)

Area and contrast influence what is first seen as figure.

The soul never thinks without an image. (Aristotele)

Vision changes while it observes. (James Ensor)

It often happens that what stares us in the face is the most diďŹƒcult to perceive. (T. de Chardin)

The interval invites participation; it creates a riddle that involves one. (Edmund Carpenter)

The artist does not draw what he sees, but what he must make others see. (Edgar Degas)

Mozart said at one point that he wasn´t so much interested in notes as the space between them. (Harley Parker)

Similarity is a prerequisite for noticing dierence. (Rudolf Arnheim)

When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. (Sigmund Freud)

Tour with Renard Bleu Touareq March 2010 Marocco Copyright Andreas Hafenscher

Sahara - Andreas Hafenscher Photography  

Sahara Marocco 2010 The story of a photographic desert journey. Enjoy it.

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