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These drawings on photos were inspired with “hidden meaning” of the artwork. They represent subtext and imaginative narratives assigned to beautiful Danube landscapes. Here, I present them accompanied with the book quotes.



Don’t the great tales never end?”
“No, they never end as tales,” said Frodo. “But the people in them come, and go when their part’s ended. Our part will end later – or sooner.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers

Lazy people

“Abolishers of the soul (materialists) are necessarily abolishers of hell, they, certainly, are interested. At all events, they are people who fear to live again–lazy people.”
― Charles Baudelaire, Intimate Journals

Passion for water

“I have an immoderate passion for water; for the sea, though so vast, so restless, so beyond one’s comprehension; for rivers, beautiful, yet fugitive and elusive; but especially for marshes, teeming with all that mysterious life of the creatures that haunt them. A marsh is a whole world within a world, a different world, with a life of its own, with its own permanent denizens, its passing visitors, its voices, its sounds, its own strange mystery.”
― Guy de Maupassant, The House of Madame Tellier and Other Stories

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Polymedia Artist Katarina Kaplarski Vukovic