'If light is scarce, then light is scarce; we will immerse ourselves in the darkness and there discover its own particular beauty.'
I am loving this short book, an essay on aesthetics, and an insight into the Oriental way of looking at darkness. It was written in 1933.
Instead of dreading the darker months - today has been a day of low light, gusting winds and lashing rain - I shall try to see the beauty in them....
It was evening all afternoon begins one verse of a poem by Wallace Stevens with the enchanting title of Thirteen Ways Of looking At A Blackbird
I think I shall try a photographic essay called Thirteen Ways Of Looking At Rain!
Watch this space..