so good. i really love the sounds and the different moments together. let’s let this one grow.
lovely. this is paris? your first time? I’m so glad you’re participating in semanal purely for selfish reasons as now I get to watch more of your work!
I wanted to hold on to this viewing. feelings of anxiety chased me as i saw it was ending.
can we have a sequel?
you seem to get to things peripherally, and so the impact is poignant and powerful and almost unexpected. thank you for a beautiful piece.
The beauty of the obscure underexposed moving image. A voyage. Inspiration as always.
Yours is the magic kingdom.
Oh, and Vive la France.
i left paris YESTERDAY
so i literally just experienced this too.
this was a beauty. really.
I dreamed about whales last night and the intro of your video really shocked me: it was the way it should sound.
Then I got immerse in the video because I know the feeling of moving, seeing things passing by, the rumors, the noises, the train motion …
I would live to hold on that feeling watching again and again…
its the different soundtracks. thats smart.
“attente d’un train en station”: a genuine lumiere in all its co-notations… the ride up the eiffel tower: soundtrack excerpt overlay from 80’s godard or french TV?… the metro sequence and the hotel room peek: suberb!
no. not impossible.
some tiny visual morcels remain powerfully present.
new gear, btw?
thanks, all. answers in order:
very old gear.
I understand why the Victorians considered nostalgia to be a form of mental illness. It’s because of the exquisite pain! How do we endure the pain from the passing of these moments? I want to hold on to them, too. Painful, but so beautiful. You’re the real deal, Liss.
mommy: “yellow flowers”
you always make us ‘look’ – over and over and over again. so beautiful.
life is achingly beautiful through your eyes.
thank you for lending them to us for an all-too brief moment (always too brief).
I know this feeling so well, thanks for letting me feel it again.
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