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Mon 20.3.

Stranded House by WHALE!

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.03.2017 - Tagged as:

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

A stranded whale
Dry his back under the sun of a breezeless summer
Opaque as an ancient ash
Pale gray as a collected stone,

The sand under its belly still kepps the necessary moisture
To dig up shells and weeds
And the tiny coals
With which we could draw the darkest shade,
That will be the most brilliant and wet black,
Just as the sad floors of STALKER,
We’d never touched the skin of a dolphin,
But we can feel the touch,
Soft like hair underwater,
Shiny and thick as the finest sheepskin
But: Can we guess how it feels to touch a whale drying under a January sun?

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

Stranded House by WHALE!

Photographer: Hugo Bertolotto

 

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