Posts Tagged ‘light

04
Oct
17

fanciful indeed…

“The loveliest faces are to be seen by moonlight, when one sees half with the eye and half with the fancy.” Iranian proverb

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22
Sep
17

Angles & light…

“The cosmetic is cosmic.” Remmert Lucas Koolhaas, a Dutch architect, architectural theorist.

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02
Sep
17

vigilant…

01
Sep
17

the moon dwelleth in the darkness…

so you can see…

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29
Aug
17

seeking light…

“Hope is faith holding out its hand in the dark” George Iles

 

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27
Aug
17

dawn’s delight…

just light enough in the garden this morning…

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02
Aug
17

beauty in the morning light…

natural, imperfect, beauty

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