BELA TARR | Damnation, 1988.
The Burnt Night
There exists a moment in the glimmer of the evening’s passing where the day melts into the night…
Glenn Gould with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic: An excerpt (the Allegro) of the first movement of J.S. Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 1, D minor BWV 1052. 1960.
DM can stand for Direct Messages in Twitter or the Daily Mail out there in the big bad world. I don’t read either, and all my friends know that I never read British newspapers of any kind.
Nonetheless there are always those that like to sympathise: today I’ve had plenty of, “Ooh you seem to have…
Crescent hidden eyes, of iris.
Spindled delicately, as the grains of the lilt volute shell.
Pleading absent light, Orion’s brilliant arrows dart at dusks’ inure.
Pummeled by gravity’s orbit, rounding through the park.
Treading ever so delicately.
#1 Rabbit on the Moon
As I grew up people told me there is a man in the moon. I could vaguely see it, nice sentiment though. When I grew up, I discovered people in East Asia see a rabbit in the moon. Since coming of age, being capable of making an informed and mature decision, I lean towards…
HAROLD EDGERTON | Burt West, The Anatomy of Movement, 1954.
MICHAEL KENNA | Restoration, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1992.