(and learn to do both).lovely.
yes, aimee, always trying to learn)))xoerin
I love the fotos Erin, really very much
thank you, laura.))xoerin
Your photography is as thoughtful as your wonderful writing.
((beth)) you're so very sweet.xoerin
these photographs -- in their noting and valuing of the smallest gesture, the smallest shift in point of view -- are exquisitely beautiful ... this moment that we hold and feel dissolve is the taste of raspberry ... that this is and that this goes -- can anyone truly say anything else?? the economy and honest of this post puts the heavy veils of philosophy and religion to shame ...
james, it seems the less we say the more truthful we might become. lately i want to say, here, look, see, and i want to show everyone what is inside of me and inside of everything. i want to show the surface of a lake moving, its being ubiquitous. i want this to fill museums, movie theaters, volumes of books and libraries and children's classrooms. perhaps time to time there might be a gull. perhaps not. this seems right.throughout the water there is this fact, we are alive. there is this fact too, i love you.))))xoerin
"Words at the limit of hearing, attributable to no one, received in the conch of the ear like dew by a leaf." (philippe jaccottet) or even a quiet presence is appreciated))