“Oku is a sense of penetrating the layers of an onion; it implies something abstract, profound, innermost, extending far back, least accessible and deep…”
The best way to obscure the failure of a past business venture is to cover all surfaces with a healthy dose of dung brown paint – hide your failures in the color of failure and no one will notice.
An exceptionally rare image from my library of lost negatives now found: a portrait.
Fresh scans of negatives from my travels to reunite with my stolen identity. Taken somewhere on the train from Gorna Oryahovitsa to Sophia, Bulgaria.