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Photography as a Spiritual Path


  • ALBA, Gabriela


A few years ago, the Romanian Distribution Committee website was emphasizing the fact that the author of the lines below is caressing us with soulful words (about the beauty of the National Museum Complex ASTRA from Dumbrava Sibiului, a region enjoying a large international recognition), brings joy to our hearts, displaying images expressing a profound artistical feeling, challenging our mind and feelings to a reflection on spiritual regeneration through love for the beauty, through education and culture. Then, at the beginning of Spring 2012, we enjoyed a March in Herastrau†thanks to the flowing of a big part of the warmth of the author into the Herastrau park, where it merged with nature warmth and to that of human nature highlighted in different instances. The result? A special kind of music produced by caressed strings so as not to disturb life awakening which is characteristic to the season, and by the eyes feeding on the power of the inside music of each person and all of the participants in this show of the time that passes and comes in spite of times. We see therefore remarkable evolutions of the brand Gabriela Alba, confirming the words of Andre Maurois: “If you create a habit, you create a character. If you create a character, you create a destiny.

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  • ALBA, Gabriela, 2012. "Photography as a Spiritual Path," Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, Romanian Distribution Committee, vol. 3(3), pages 55-56, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rdc:journl:v:3:y:2012:i:3:p:55-56

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