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Yesterday I watched a short film called In Pursuit of Silence, based on a book of the same name (which I am now reading). The film was beautiful and revealing—as is the book; I recommend both of them. I think that it is silence I pursue in many of my images too—as in the one here.
Hans-Georg Gadamer: "the experience of the beautiful . . . is the invocation of a potentially whole and holy order of things . . ."
Cezanne: "What I am trying to convey to you is more mysterious; it is entwined in the very roots of being . . ."
The rainy season approaches . . .
I wake . . .
air cool, sun
warm. I linger out
breakfast, walk, mirror
sky. The usual
things. Life seems
and I would add, sometimes at least, Motion.
And for all this, nature is never spent;
There lives the dearest freshness deep down things.
Gerard Manley Hopkins