Yesterday I promised something a little dark.
The news everyday is full of death, destruction and the uprooting of hundreds of thousands, millions.
Berlin, like many other cities, has a plethora of remembrance monuments to the horrors of the last two world wars.
So you would think that with destruction and death on such a massive scale still within living memory, that we as a species, would have looked for alternatives to war, or universally tried a little harder to curb the aggressively and repetitiously destructive characteristics that seem to motivate as well as define us.
I know it isn’t everybody, just a small minority.
But then it always was.
Always will be.
I don’t have any answers to the litany of injustices and murders that the modern wired world is constantly assaulted with, but I do know the current status quo is not sustainable in the long term.
28-300mm, f5.6, 1/160sec, ISO500.