Your Photos & Videos
Let's All Be Free is all about what being free means to YOU - and below are some of the photos, artwork and videos you've sent to us. You can upload your video, photo or article here and tweet us your thoughts and pictures at @LetsAllBeFree.
Photos by Viola Zini:
Photo by Viola
"Power to be what you really are, and confusion - no limits on what you can become.
This picture is essentially this.
A mix of confusion and power."
Art by Calvin LeSueur:
"We are most free when we are experiencing the raw emotions of life. The night that I created this I was more nervous, energized, happy, and overcome than ever before in my life. I was nervous to be on stage with my favorite band in front of a crowd of people. When the music started and I got to painting, I found such a beautiful state of flow that the painting occurred almost effortlessly. The music moved me forward, to keep on painting while dancing. By the end of the show when I was able to come down and speak with the audience, I found their responses to be completely overwhelming. It was an utmost experience of freedom to be the mere conduit of expression, to have no fear and let the energy of the music, the crowd, and seemingly all of existence flow through me.
This painting is the result of the processes and experiences which set us free!"
Artwork by Fruzsina Spitzer:
"When you are jogging near the Danube river, you clean up your thinking. You are alone with the lights of the the city, with the fresh air, and with the sunset. At this moment you are free."
Two photos by Tariq Nasir:
'Libre Wordcloud' by Héloïse De Smet:
'Pair of Eyes' by Subhasish Das:
"FREE means being liberal of rules that collides against what you want to do which you consider to be uplifting and beneficial."
A photograph from Luka Kelman:
"This photo was taken in the depth of winter in St Petersburg, Russia. This was my home for one year and during this time I saw just how independent nature is of us. It doesn't matter what people are doing around it, the Fontanka river will always freeze in winter and the ice will then always melt towards the time of summer. The river is free from everything as it continues with its annual cycle. If only we could feel as free and independent as the river..."
"I was walking from Manhattan to Brooklyn across the Brooklyn Bridge one afternoon when these Orthodox Jewish boys flew past me, laughing away as they raced to get home before shabbat. I was struck by how carefree and happy they seemed. During my time in New York, I was moved to see people of so many different backgrounds and cultures living side by side."