I kinda want one… They’re like kvlt dogs…
READ THE LAST ONE OUT LOUD
YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
Alice Zilberberg - The Vanishing of Gaia
“The Vanishing of Gaia” is a contemporary interpretation of the Greek goddess Gaia. In the Olympian creation myth, Gaia is the first goddess to be created from Chaos (nothing) and is the personification of the earth (mother nature). She gave birth to the sky, mountains, and seas and is therefore a symbol of nature in these images. Each image in the series portrays the goddess fading within a nature scene, alluding to climate change and the destruction of nature.
A modern day and Greek Robin Hood, eh?
3rd times a charm… Hopefully! #HungerGames at the Grove.
Damn you President Snow!
Sitting in the theatre as the credits roll. I finally got to see this movie! I really loved the books and I’m so happy that the film stayed so true to my memory of the book. I really loved this film. I remember the film having so much shaky cam action that it almost made me nauseous. This was really beautiful. I actually found my self getting emotional at certain parts, especially the love parts. (What can I say, I’m a sucker for romance.) I loved how Peeta was with Katniss, so gracious and loving, I think we hope to be selfless like that. (shout out to Josh, amazing work, hope to see you on the Bball court soon) When they mention that he’s in the capital, it reminded me of what’s to come in the third book. Aww… It kinda made my stomach cringe. (I’m trying not to give out any spoilers… But seriously, who didn’t read the books?) I guess this isn’t really a review of the movie, just me sittings in the theatre alone waiting for all the credits roll. My Uncle Mark would always do that out of respect to everyone who worked on the movie… & maybe I’ll get a sneak peak of something… Maybe not. & it’s over…
Can’t wait for Mocking Jay.
Aww, Dante. Lol. I do, however, agree! Great job to the cast :)
Even if it has been a few years since I’ve read the books. hahaha.
He is right though. lol.
my dad basically says your early 20’s are when you’re too young for anyone to take you seriously and you’re too old for anyone to feel sorry for you and he is 100% right
The sophomore year of life