The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. New York City, February 9th, 1964.
Photographs by Harry Benson.
You know what you do and you are forced to do. There’s a huge gap and big difference on those two. One too cliche word that makes the gap so thick is passion. I believe that you will never know how big the passion will have impact until you see it by yourself, in person to person, in a real work environment. You can feel it, it will drive you to be better and better, to push your own limit, when you meet some peoples doing their job with passion for then they know exactly what they’re doing-and it’s nice to see.
In opposite, what you’ll see is only a dead man walk when everything comes from routine and common sense. Chasing money, having career, and die in clueless.
So, which path will you choose?
Sendai. Sounds familiar..another “someday”? yeah, someday…
So here comes 2014. It welcomes me a rough and tough hello, maybe it is time to escalate and set my own standard higher, perhaps? I’m not sure. Hard work, smart work, pray harder. Whatever, bring it on 2014!
Bienvenido al Bernabeu
Real Madrid’s cathedral, the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, is home to one of the biggest clubs on the planet; when visiting the Spanish capital it really is a must for any futbol aficionado, especially if its a match day.
NYC based photographer Nathan Congleton, did exactly that and here’s his story.
"My best friend lives 5 minutes from the Bernabeu, he is the one who made me a Madridista and taught me everything I needed to know about the club, so when I walked into the stadium, the first thing that came to my mind was Zidane, Raul and Roberto Carlos, and everything they did inside that theatre, all the incredible memories and accomplishments on that stage.
I closed my eyes and tried to picture it. I tried to envision a late night ‘El Clásico’, the sounds of the crowd and the yells from the players while calling for a pass. It’s like a show in a theatre to me, calm, always emotional and 80,000 people are there to simply watch. That’s how I see a football match, and that is what it is like inside the Bernabeu.”
This is just beautiful.