Armando Taborda's photos


  • Ravishment (sculpture)

    "Ravishment", by José Núncio (d. 2006), sculpture in bronze Ravishment of bodies tenses of blood and bronze sculpture of the sperm' spill on the pedestal. /// Enleio dos corpos tensos de sangue e bronze escultura do sémen vertido no pedestal. by Arma…

  • Look up, concentrate yourself and jump into another week

    HFF to all friends (and foes)

  • I love you in busy traffic With the whole blood pollution. I expose your will The place that just breaths in your mouth Oh verb I love as the pronunciation Of mother, of friend, of poem In thought. With all ideas in my head I go into the silence Of your l…


  • Market stalls


  • You find beauty if you look up above


  • The dust; comes to burn our voice; fleeing taste of leading naked light into the mouth. What is lacking here is a lap in the water; an ardor in the ashes. /// A poeira; vai-nos queimando a voz; fugindo o gosto de levar à boca a luz despida. O que falt…


  • I quote Fernando Pessoa

    English translation: I love everything was gone everything that isn't anymore the pain that doesn't hurt me the old and erroneous faith the yesterday that left pain what left joy because it was gone and flown and today is another day. by Fernando PESSOA…

  • Not Allowed To Piss On The Grass


  • Berlin

    Days go away without writing neither life nor faith or adventure within the dominant comfort of aging without warning no fright as it was welcomed in the context of the soul that claims indolent and unresigned the body's desire. /// Passam-se os…


  • Undefended Fence

    HFF to all friends

  • Ceiling

    Cinema City Alvalade, Lisbon (lightbox view, please)


  • The Opening of a Dialogue (title by .t.a.o.n.)


  • I know a stone where I sit by September shadow and I will speak of sunflowers, this almost sand flower that side by side with the sun from the weight of his loneliness does the ardor and glory of the summer great days. /// Sei de uma pedra onde me senta…

  • Time goes by (12)

    (lightbox view, please)


  • Wait for...

    Persephone, Goddess of Spring, goddess of Hades, good with flowers, fond of snakes, her life divided between eternal youth and an older man. Rather modern, really, not a virgin goddess, patiently weaving, but, you could say, a goddess of the bi-polar, of…

  • Earth

    photographed by Apollo 17 mission crew, 7 December 1972 **************************************** ************************* Nodody knows anything. Confusion settles down within hazard games inspiring the life with useless rules works habits vices timeta…

  • Diary. Whatever it is It will be good. That's it. /// Diário. Seja o que for Será bom. É tudo. by Daniel FARIA (1971-1999), in "POESIA", Porto Editora, 2ª edição, 2015 (English translated by Armando TABORDA, 2016)


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