Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Blog Guelph: vw-busman


polaroid portrait, originally uploaded by vw-busman.

Today we continue on our journey through the beautiful world as seen by vw-busman AKA Chris Iwanowski.
As Sue mentioned yesterday, Blog Guelph will be paying deep respect and close attention to a mere slice of Chris's photofiles all week long. So instead of our regular Tuesday series, Made in Guelph, let's just call this installment, Made by Chris. I'm going to focus today on his most beloveds, and I'd like you to pay close attention to how lovingly he turns his camera's gaze on them.

But please do click through and travel a little further into his photopool where you'll witness many, many other loved ones. What this man gives is awesome and powerful. See for yourself. Clearly Chris loves enormously and is massively loved right back.

See also:

  • all things VW.
  • all things roadtrip.
  • all things nerdy and techy too (sorry Chris - snort!)

As I continue to sift through the thousands of moments captured by Chris, I'm reminded of how a heart can be cracked into two pieces and yet so full at the same time.

I wrote this elsewhere this weekend but need to write it down again.
And again.
And again.

Deep peace of the running waves to you.
Deep peace of the flowing air to you.
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.
Deep peace of the shining stars to you.
Deep peace of the infinite peace to you.

A celtic prayer

-Downtown Lynn-

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