"Thus the generations renewed themselves beside the bridge, and the bridge shook from itself, like dust, all the traces which transient human events had left on it, and remained when all was over, unchanged and unchangeable." . (Ivo Andrić)
"that life was an incomprehensible marvel, since it was incessantly wasted and spent, yet nonetheless it lasted and endured 'like the bridge on the Drina'."

"There had been and there would be again starlight nights on the Kapia and rich constellations and moonlight,…"

"There was complete and universal darkness over the sleeping town."

"That is the truth, or at least that is how it appears to me."

"All these pass over it, even as the unquiet waters pass beneath its smooth and perfect arches."

"Nothing is really important to you and, …"

"..., and that at any time of the day."

"It is now 1914, the last year in the chronicle of the bridge on the Drina."

The Bridge on the Drina 

This works inspired by Ivo Andrić (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1961)

The novel "The Bridge on the Drina", written by Ivo Andrić, is a fiction story about the events and people's stories that took place within a span of four centuries in the town of Višegrad,  now Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Digital work for Albumen print series XIII
Digital negative is converted to positive and digitally output.
Landscape of Silk road  in the various countries of Eurasian
Photograph of Silk-road-journey by HashiLaboratory | Japanese photographer and researcher
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