William Heinesen (Jan. 15, 1900 - 1991) was a Faroese writer and artist. He is considered the greatest capturer of Faroese culture and mythology, but since he wrote in Danish he did not wish to be considered for a Nobel Prize as he felt that would detract from the stature of the Faroese language.
He also painted, mainly pastels, and became a master of the art of paper cutting when in his 70s and no longer able to get around the islands to do plein air landscapes. His cuttings masterfully capture the figures and sceneries of Faroese folk beliefs and Norse myths.
Above is also a translation I’ve done of parts of a poem of his, from his last collection of poetry, titled Panorama with Rainbow, 1972
Guess who’s back next week! That’s right, Chase and Hali return for Chapter 3 on Monday, the 18th!! Like before, it will be one page a week to start and when I get to a good place in making the pages, it’ll move to twice a week 😊 can’t wait to get started!! 😁
“when you go quiet, I hate myself.”
‘hate myself’ by dodie
Вот какие деревья можно увидеть в городе ещё.
Day 30 of progress
Performed by: Taylor Sieve
Number: “I Get Along Without You Very Well”
Choreographer: Kate Harpootlian
From: “Taylor Sieve - I Get Along Without You Very Well” (2020)
2019 Nautilus Expedition Highlights | Nautilus Live
Naxos island, Cyclades, Aegean sea, Greece
Tetakawi. San Carlos, Sonora.
Aurora province, Philippines // January 2020.
Never thought I’d miss the sound of the ocean. I prefer the mountains.
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Lord Howe island, New South Wales, Australia, by Mark Fitz
Sea of gold. Crete, Greece. October, 2020.
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Testing out the green screen! Kinda fun! 😝