Saturday, May 12

On Preservation

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Michael Kimmelman in his fascinating book The Accidental Masterpiece wrote, "Sometimes it's useful to preserve what is wonderous to show us what is rare." Or something close to that.

Which is how I feel about how sunrise coats things like syrup. It appears to come filled with a kind of glowing peptide which fuzzes up the edges of things in golds and blues. It's hard to mess up at sunrise, don't you think?


Chad Oneil Myers said...

Reminds me of the film "The Village"!

Andreas said...

Yeah, it's hard, but there are always people who do :)

I like the color of your grass. It's exact. It's the color of dew on grass, it's the color of morning.