martes, 23 de julio de 2013

Painter: Poussin Nicolas - Part 7 - Links




Nicolas Poussin - L'enlèvement des Sabines, 1637-38

 
Nicolas Poussin - L'été ou Ruth et Booz, 1660-64

 
Nicolas Poussin - Midas and Bacchus - 1624-30

             
Nicolas Poussin - The rape of the Sabine Women ( detail)

 
Nicolas Poussin Self-Portrait 1649

 
Nicolas Poussin The Judgment of Solomon

 
Nicolas Poussin The Martyrdom of St Erasmus

 
Nicolas Poussin The Massacre of the InnocentsNicolas Poussin The Massacre of the Innocents

 
Nicolas Poussin The Nurture of Bacchus (detail)

 
Nicolas Poussin The Nurture of Bacchus

 
Nicolas Poussin The Nurture of Jupiter

 
Nicolas Poussin The Plague at Ashdod

 
Nicolas Poussin The Rape of the Sabine Women 

 
Nicolas Poussin The Sacrament of Baptism



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Music: Suma Paz - Tu que puedes vuelvete - Soy un gaucho peregrino - Letras (Atahualpa Yupanqui)


Suma Paz
Argentina



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Tu que puedes vuelvete - Suma Paz

Letra de:

Atahualpa Yupanqui

Soñé que el río me hablaba
Con voz de nieve cumbreña
Y dulce, me recordaba
Las cosas de mi querencia.

Tu que puedes, vuélvete
Me dijo el río llorando
Los cerros que tanto quieres
-me dijo-
allá te están esperando.

Es cosa triste ser río
Quién pudiera ser laguna
Oír el silbo del junco
Cuando lo besa la luna.

Qué cosas más parecidas
Son tu destino y el mío
Vivir cantando y penando
Por esos largos caminos.



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Suma Paz - en Canal a



Soy un gaucho peregrino

(Atahualpa Yupanqui)
Soy un gaucho peregrino
que canta por los caminos.
Hoy aquí,
luego allá,
mañana….¿dónde será?
Estrellas busco a mi paso
para endulzar mis ocasos.
Hoy aquí,
luego allá,
mañana….¿dónde será?

Corazón: vamos andando
de nuevo por los caminos.
Te llevaré por un mundo
lleno de lunas y ríos.
Lleno también de negruras
y peligrosos abismos.
Se han de quemar muchos sueños,
unos tuyos y otros míos.
Corazón: vamos andando;
vamos yendo corazón…!

Al que anda por las arenas
nunca le falta una pena.
Hoy aquí,
luego allá,
mañana….¿dónde será?
Soy peregrino y soy dueño
de una tropilla de sueños…
Hoy aquí,
luego allá,
mañana….¿dónde será?



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NASA: USA - California - Mountain Fire - It is happening now - 23.07.13



Mountain Fire, California
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Mountain Fire, California
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On July 18, 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of the Mountain fire burning through chaparral in southern California near Palm Springs. Red outlines indicate hot spots where MODIS detected unusually warm surface temperatures associated with fire.
The fire started on July 15, 2013. By July 18, it had burned nearly 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares), forced the evacuation of thousands of people, and destroyed at least seven homes. The lower image, a photograph taken by a U.S. Forest Service employee, shows the fire as seen from California State Route 74 on July 17.
According to the National Interagency Fire Center, a total of 2,108,829 acres (853,413 hectares) had burned during the 2013 wildfire season in the United States as of July 18. Over the past ten years, the average number of U.S. acres burned by mid-July was 3,577,060 acres (1,447,585 hectares).
NASA image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS MODIS Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC. Photograph by Sam Wu via the interagency Incident Information System. Caption by Adam Voiland.
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Aqua - MODIS
NASA: USA - California - Mountain Fire - It is happening now - 23.07.13


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Poetry: Georg Trakl - De Profundis - Klage - Bio data - Links






De Profundis

There is a stubble field on which a black rain falls.
There is a tree which, brown, stands lonely here.
There is a hissing wind which haunts deserted huts---
How sad this evening.

Past the village pond
The gentle orphan still gathers scanty ears of corn.
Golden and round her eyes are gazing in the dusk
And her lap awaits the heavenly bridegroom.

Returning home
Shepherds found the sweet body
Decayed in the bramble bush.

A shade I am remote from sombre hamlets.
The silence of God
I drank from the woodland well.

On my forehead cold metal forms.
Spiders look for my heart.
There is a light that fails in my mouth.

At night I found myself upon a heath,
Thick with garbage and the dust of stars.
In the hazel copse
Crystal angels have sounded once more.



Klage

Dreamless sleep - the dusky Eagles
nightlong rush about my head,
man's golden image drowned
in timeless icy tides. On jagged reefs
his purpling body. Dark
echoes sound above the seas.

Stormy sadness' sister, see
our lonely skiff sunk down
by starry skies:
the silent face of night.





Georg Trakl (3 February 1887 – 3 November 1914) was an Austrian poet. He is considered one of the most important Austrian Expressionists.[1]

Life and work

Trakl was born and lived the first 21 years of his life in Salzburg, Austria. His father, Tobias Trakl (11 June 1837, Ödenburg/Sopron – 1910),[2] was a dealer of hardware from Hungary, while his mother, Maria Catharina Halik (17 May 1852, Wiener Neustadt – 1925), was a housewife of Czech descent with strong interests in art and music.

Trakl attended a Catholic elementary school, although his parents were Protestants. He matriculated in 1897 at the Salzburg Staatsgymnasium, where he studied Latin, Greek, and mathematics. At age 13, Trakl began to write poetry. As a high school student, he began visiting brothels, where he enjoyed giving rambling monologues to the aging prostitutes. At age 15, he began drinking alcohol, and using opium, chloroform, and other drugs. By the time he was forced to quit school in 1905, he was a drug addict. Many critics think that Trakl suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia.

After quitting high school, Trakl worked for a pharmacist for three years and decided to adopt pharmacy as a career. It was during this time that he experimented with playwriting, but his two short plays, All Souls' Day and Fata Morgana, were not successful.

In 1908, Trakl moved to Vienna to study pharmacy, and became acquainted with some local artists who helped him publish some of his poems. Trakl's father died in 1910, soon before Trakl received his pharmacy certificate; thereafter, Trakl enlisted in the army for a year-long stint. His return to civilian life in Salzburg was unsuccessful and he re-enlisted, serving as a pharmacist at a hospital in Innsbruck. There he also met the local artistic community. Ludwig von Ficker, the editor of the journal Der Brenner (and son of the historian Julius von Ficker), became his patron: he regularly printed Trakl's work and endeavored to find him a publisher to produce a collection of poems. The result of these efforts was Gedichte (Poems), published by Kurt Wolff in Leipzig during the summer of 1913. Ficker also brought Trakl to the attention of Ludwig Wittgenstein, who anonymously provided him with a sizable stipend so that he could concentrate on his writing.

In 1912, he was stationed in Innsbruck, Austria, where he became acquainted with a group of avant-garde artists involved with the well-regarded literary journal Der Brenner, a journal that began the Kierkegaard revival in the German-speaking countries.

At the beginning of World War I, Trakl was sent as a medical official to attend soldiers in Galicia (comprising portions of modern-day Ukraine and Poland). Trakl suffered frequent bouts of depression.[3] During one such incident in Gródek, Trakl had to steward the recovery of some ninety soldiers wounded in the fierce campaign against the Russians. He tried to shoot himself from the strain, but his comrades prevented him. Hospitalized at a military hospital in Kraków and observed closely, Trakl lapsed into worse depression and wrote to Ficker for advice. Ficker convinced him to communicate with Wittgenstein. Upon receiving Trakl's note, Wittgenstein went to the hospital, but found that Trakl had died of a cocaine overdose.[4] Trakl was buried at Kraków's Rakowicki Cemetery on 6 November 1914, but on 7 October 1925, as a result of the efforts by Ficker, his remains were transferred to Mühlau near Innsbruck (where they now repose next to Ficker's).

Bibliography

Selected titles

    Gedichte (Poems), 1913
    Sebastian im Traum (Sebastian in the Dream), poetry 1915
    Der Herbst des Einsamen (The Autumn of The Lonely), 1920
    Gesang des Abgeschiedenen (Song of The Departed), 1933

In English

    DECLINE: 12 POEMS trans. Michael Hamburger, Guido Morris / Latin Press, 1952
    Twenty Poems of George Trakl, trans. James Wright & Robert Bly, The Sixties Press, 1961
    Selected Poems, ed. Christopher Middleton, trans. Robert Grenier et al., Jonathan Cape, 1968 [5]
    Georg Trakl: A Profile, ed. Frank Graziano, Logbridge-Rhodes, 1983
    The Golden Goblet: Selected Poems of Georg Trakl, 1887-1914, trans. Jamshid Shirani & A. Maziar, Ibex Publishers, 1994
    Song of the West: Selected Poems, trans. Robert Firmage, North Point Press, 1988
    Autumn Sonata: Selected Poems of Georg Trakl, trans. Daniel Simko, Asphodel Press, 1998
    Poems and Prose, Bilingual edition, trans. Alexander Stillmark, Libris, 2001
    In an Abandoned Room: Selected Poems by Georg Trakl, trans. Daniele Pantano, Erbacce Press, Liverpool, 2008
    Song of the Departed: Selected Poems of George Trakl, trans. Robert Firmage, (Copper Canyon Press, 2012)

Poetry of Trakl in music

Russian composer David Tukhmanov wrote triptych for a mezzo-soprano and a piano Dream of Sebastian, or Saint Night, which has been bazed on the poems of Trakl. The first performance took place in 2007.[6]


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Photos - Fotos: Thomas Hoepker - Part 4 - 13 photos - Photo-journalism - Foto-periodismo - Links


Thomas Hoepker 
FRANCE. Nimes. 1999.
Roman arena

 
Thomas Hoepker 
FRANCE. Paris. 1975. 
Wedding of French_German movie actress Romy SCHNEIDER and Daniel BIASINI

 
Thomas Hoepker 
Grenada, Caribbean. 
Market at St. George's. Baskets with spices

 
Thomas Hoepker 
Gšrlitz. 1974. 
Boy with toy gun in the old town

 
Thomas Hoepker 
HONDURAS. Copan Maya Ruins. 1992. 
Profs. Linda Schele and Nikolai Grube point out to archaeology students a Mayan text found in the ruins

 
Thomas Hoepker 
INDONESIA. Bali 1965. 
Ketchak dancers (garuda bird) under a Banjan tree

 
Thomas Hoepker 
IRAN. Isfahan. 1962. 
A peasant kisses the feet of Mohammad Reza Shah PAHLAVI, the Shah of Iran, during a ceremony of distribution of land deeds

 
Thomas Hoepker 
IRAN. Isfahan. 1962. 
Dignitaries lined up at the airport to greet the Shah of Iran

 
Thomas Hoepker 
ISRAEL. 1973. 
Salt lake in the Sinai

 
Thomas Hoepker 
ISRAEL. Jerusalem. 1973. 
Men praying at the Wailing Wall at night. A menorah is in the center

 
Thomas Hoepker 
Lago Petén. San José. 1997. 
Holy sculls, called Santas Calaveras, are venerated by the Itzá Maya. They are probably the skulls of ancient Mayan kings

 
Thomas Hoepker 
Lake Atitlan. Panajachel. 1992. 
Maya dancers in tiger costumes

Thomas Hoepker 
Lake Atitlán. San Pablo La Laguna. January 1991. 
A dancer performs the Baile de la Conquista, a dance that mocks the Spaniards, at the annual Fiesta of San Pablo

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Escritura: Ernest Hemingway - Varios consejos de E. H. para escritores - Links





Varios consejos de Ernest Hemingway para escritores

    Escribe frases breves. Comienza siempre con una oración corta. Utiliza un inglés vigoroso. Sé positivo, no negativo.

    La jerga que adoptes debe ser reciente, de lo contrario no sirve.

    Evita el uso de adjetivos, especialmente los extravagantes como "espléndido, grande, magnífico, suntuoso".

    Nadie que tenga un cierto ingenio, que sienta y escriba con sinceridad acerca de las cosas que desea decir, puede escribir mal si se atiene a estas reglas.
 

    Para escribir me retrotraigo a la antigua desolación del cuarto de hotel en el que empecé a escribir. Dile a todo el mundo que vives en un hotel y hospédate en otro. Cuando te localicen, múdate al campo. Cuando te localicen en el campo, múdate a otra parte. Trabaja todo el día hasta que estés tan agotado que todo el ejercicio que puedas enfrentar sea leer los diarios. Entonces come, juega tenis, nada, o realiza alguna labor que te atonte sólo para mantener tu intestino en movimiento, y al día siguiente vuelve a escribir.
 

     Los escritores deberían trabajar solos. Deberían verse sólo una vez terminadas sus obras, y aun entonces, no con demasiada frecuencia. Si no, se vuelven como los escritores de Nueva York. Como lombrices de tierra dentro de una botella, tratando de nutrirse a partir del contacto entre ellos y de la botella. A veces la botella tiene forma artística, a veces económica, a veces económico-religiosa. Pero una vez que están en la botella, se quedan allí. Se sienten solos afuera de la botella. No quieren sentirse solos. Les da miedo estar solos en sus creencias...



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    A veces, cuando me resulta difícil escribir, leo mis propios libros para levantarme el ánimo, y después recuerdo que siempre me resultó difícil y a veces casi imposible escribirlos.

    Un escritor, si sirve para algo, no describe. Inventa o construye a partir del conocimiento personal o impersonal.



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