November inspiration

Delicate white flowers turning into round black berries. Their heaviness forcing the branches to bend before they surrender and fall to the ground. Merging with soil. With Earth. Holding the vibration of an entire tree. The energy to build a forest. My favourite fall.

Colour of the season.

Very old Bible found in a barn in Jutland on a starlit night.

Can’t argue with that.

Kiss the boots of shiny, shiny leather.

My tooth print age 3 or so.

“Boy at newsstand” by André Kertesz. New York 1950.

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Line Maria

Concept developer and copywriter for many years starting in the analogue world of advertising and is now in the digital one. Always wears at least two finger rings, believes chocolate mousse can be a meal, that grunge is not dead and that horses are magical. Creates music under the name of A Girl in a Rat Suit.

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