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Taquile, in the land of the Incas: how quiet it is, the sadness of life that is joy.


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Taquile, Lake Titicaca, 3820 meters above sea level, between Peru and Bolivia.

The herds of alpacas and llamas dot the shores of the lake, with endless horizons made unique by the light, intense colors, fresh air and rarefied.

The lights and colors of the highlands, in the eyes a bit 'sad children ... thousands of miles from home.

Why are we here? In a different world? In a different time? Maybe because we delude ourselves about the world and the people, when we have just started to learn about ourselves.

taquile-titicaca1It is not to consume maps, adventure heroes to feel, to stop time and the faces on the photographs.

And 'to learn how to observe, to learn to feel ... the others, our soul, the soul of the world.

The silence is there, the sadness of life that is joy, to "contribute to the poetry of your life."

Source: Images of Italy

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Kerby Rosanes website
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Kerby_RosanesEach of the illustrator's complex and crowded sketches are filled with minute details that allow the eye to wander and discover new characters and designs at every turn.

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