Personal I enjoy the solitude of the night – when there are few people out and about .. and nearly every window is dark, and the last buses only carry a few passengers, when the neon light are brighter …. the when the world and I are alone for a couple of hours … the dark has never frightened me … and neither do empty streets. Where ever I’m in the world … I walk the streets in the night.
My gallery is all about streets I walked around the world: Berlin, Gdansk, Prague, Hong Kong, Brighton, Paris, New York, Warsaw, Edinburgh, Malmoe, Belfast, Kyoto, Pristina, Vienna, Madrid and Gothenburg.
When I’m home I let the most beautiful music fill the night and the room I’m in. Music is also solitude for me – it takes me away on its wings .. to where I want to go!
“Loneliness is the poverty of self; solitude is the richness of self.”
The beautiful music I have as cloud over this gallery is Copins’s Nocturne in F Minor-Op. 55, No. 1 preformed by Chad Lawson, Judy Kang and Rubin Kodheli. Together with Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata it is my favorite night music. “Nocturne” means nightly music.
I wish you a beautiful weekend!