lunes, 6 de mayo de 2013

Photos - Fotos: August Sander (1876-1964) - Part 9 - 13 photos - A cartography of Germans of early twentieth century - Una cartografía de los alemanes de principios de siglo XX - Links


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NASA: United Kingdom - The Human Dimension of Thetford Forest - 06.05.13

The Human Dimension of Thetford Forest
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The Human Dimension of Thetford Forest
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Editor’s Note: Today’s caption is the answer to our Earth Day puzzler challenge. The human impact on the landscape cuts deep in southeastern Britain. And it’s not just the towns and villages—or farms, roads, and airport—scattered throughout the tract of land shown above. Even the forest in the center of the image is so deeply affected by humans that the term ”natural“ is a misnomer.
Thetford Forest, at least as it appears today, would not exist were it not for human intervention. The forest was created after World War I to prop up sagging timber supplies. Authorities planted stands of lowland pine in uniform rows in place of thorny evergreen shrubs (gorse) that grew naturally amid the sandy, heath-covered landscape. Today the forest is a popular recreational area, and the pine stands are periodically harvested for timber. Meanwhile, the ecosystem that Thetford Forest replaced—lowland heath—is now one of the rarest and most endangered ecosystems in Europe.
The two images above were acquired by the Advanced Land Imager on NASA’ Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite. The top scene shows Thetford Forest on December 27, 2012; the bottom shows the same area on January 27, 2013, after a snowfall.
The other images in this week’s EO Puzzler series showed glimpses of landscapes on four other continents that have been touched far less by human activity. All of the scenes were captured by the Advanced Land Imager.
NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen and Robert Simmon, using EO-1 ALI data from the NASA EO-1 team. Caption by Robert Simmon. Caption by Adam Voiland. Congratulations to Christina Stiefel for solving Puzzler #5, Alan Wessman for solving Puzzler #3, and Angie Connelly for solving Puzzler #2. Honorable mention to Marcus Scherer for nearly solving Puzzler #1.
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Music: Hatfield and the North - The Stubbs Effect - God Song - Son of There's No Place Like Homert - 3 Vids






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Gedichte - Poesia: Friedrich Hölderlin - Der Frühling (2) - La primavera (2) - Links





Der Frühling

Der Mensch vergißt die Sorgen aus dem Geiste,
Der Frühling aber blüht, und prächtig ist das meiste,
Das grüne Feld ist herrlich ausgebreitet,
Da glänzend schön der Bach hinuntergleitet.

Die Berge stehn bedecket mit den Bäumen,
Und herrlich ist die Luft in offnen Räumen,
Das weite Tal ist in der Welt gedehnet
Und Turm und Haus an Hügeln angelehnet.

Mit Untertänigkeit

Scardanelli



La primavera

Del espíritu olvida el hombre los pesares,
mas la primavera está en flor, y espléndidos todos los lugares,
el verde campo se extiende majestuoso,
donde discurre la hermosura del arroyo.

Las montañas de árboles se han cubierto,
y espléndido es el aire en el espacio abierto,
el vasto valle está en el mundo dilatado
y la torre y la casa en colinas apoyados.

Con sumisión

Scardanelli

(Traducción: Héctor A. Piccoli)





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Gedicht – Poesia:

Angelus Silesius (Johann Scheffler)

Andreas Gryphius:

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff

Bertolt Brecht

Christian Hofmann von Hofmannswaldau:

Daniel Casper von Lohenstein (1635-1683)


Friedrich Hölderlin

Friedrich von Logau

Gottlob Friedrich Wilhelm Juncke

Heinrich von Morungen

Johannes Bobrowski

Karoline von Günderrode

Kurt Tucholsky

Paul Celan

Paul Fleming

Robert Roberthin:

Simon Dach

Walther von der Vogelweide


Aufsätze – Artículo


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Poetry: Zbigniew Herbert - A ballad that we do not perish - Une ballade qui nous ne périrons - A Halt - Bio Links


A ballad that we do not perish

Those who sailed at dawn
but will never return
left their trace on a wave--

a shell fell to the bottom of the sea
beautiful as lips turned to stone

those who walked on a sandy road
but could not reach the shuttered windows
though they already saw the roofs--

they have found shelter in a bell of air

but those who leave behind only
a room grown cold a few books
an empty inkwell white paper--

in truth they have not completely died
their whisper travels through thickets of wallpaper
their level head still lives in the ceiling

their paradise was made of air
of water lime and earth an angel of wind
will pulverize the body in its hand
they will be
carried over the meadows of this world 



Une ballade qui nous ne périrons

Ceux qui ont navigué à l'aube
mais ne reviendra jamais
Leur trace laissée sur une vague -

un obus est tombé au fond de la mer.
belle que les lèvres se transforma en pierre

Ceux qui marchaient sur une route de sable
mais n'a pas pu atteindre les fenêtres aux volets clos
Déjà s'ils voyaient les toits -

Ils ont trouvé refuge dans une cloche d'air

Ceux qui laissent derrière eux, mais seulement
une salle devenu froid quelques livres
un encrier papier blanc vide -

en vérité pas complètement mort en faisant beaucoup
Leur murmure parcourt fourrés de papier peint
Leur niveau de la tête vit encore dans le plafond

Leur paradis a été faite de l'air
d'eau de chaux et de terre un ange du vent
va pulvériser le corps dans sa main
Ils seront
porté sur les prairies de ce monde


A Halt

We halted in a town the host
ordered the table to be moved to the garden the first star
shone out and faded we were breaking bread
crickets were heard in the twilight loosestrife
a cry but a cry of a child otherwise the bustle
of insects of men a thick scent of earth
those who were sitting with their backs to the wall
saw violet now - the gallows hill
on the wall the dense ivy of executions

we were eating much
as is usual when nobody pays 






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Zbigniew Herbert ['zbiɡɲɛf ˈxɛrbɛrt] ( listen) (29 October 1924 – 28 July 1998) was a Polish poet, essayist, drama writer, author of plays, and moralist.



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