Kolmanskop: Where Dreams Turned to Dust — Dreaming in Arabic

“. . . there are soft boundaries between what is real and what is remembered, and each place in front of us is somewhere else too.” – Deb Wilenski As I gaze towards the outlines of the scattered buildings in front of me I marvel at how uninviting they look in the half-light of a […]

via Kolmanskop: Where Dreams Turned to Dust — Dreaming in Arabic

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