The five senses within whose pentagon each man is alone.
1972 G, pt.3, ch.5.
If we could all live a thousand years?we would each, at least once during that period, be considered a genius.John Peter Berger
The camera relieves us of the burden of memory.John Peter Berger
It is not usually possible in a poem or a story to make the relationship between particular and universal fully explicit. Those who try to do so end up writing parables.John Peter Berger
Photography, because it stops the flow of life, is always flirting with death.John Peter Berger
All weddings are similar but every marriage is different. Death comes to everyone but one mourns alone.John Peter Berger
Every city has a sex and age which have nothing to do with demography.John Peter Berger
Every painted image of something is also about the absence of the real thing. All painting is about the presence of absence.John Peter Berger