We are but a moment in the flow of time…

A beautiful meditation on the land and the objects it shares with us … and time. So much her in both image and word that speaks directly to the searching I continue to do in my land/site based outdoor work.
A lovely way to begin the week.

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 Flow 1Can we speak of love…

love of a landscape,

of the dance of light and cloud upon leaden Autumn waters,

of the sway of cotton grass in a playful Summers breeze,

of the cool green air which wisps around your Spring hair,

of the those little details which reveal a world,

of the escape from mundane valley floor,

of soaring rocks, glacial scarred and Winter shattered

raptor and carrion,

your rapture and return…

Can we speak of love…..

…. from fragments,

from imperfect
traces….

from the hard cold realities….

Can we speak of love….

love of the object,

sought,

hard won,
cherished

and

curated.

Flow 4Flow 5Can we speak of love…

separated by 5000 years,

joined by a humanity.

Is it too hard to feel…

what it means to acquire,

to complement,
to share…

Flow 9Flow 10Flow 11

These partial traces,

spectres

of

objects desired,

with no value…
only discard,

detritus,

the waste from

greater

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2 Comments

  1. beautiful! I like the new site too it looks great.

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    • sydney says:

      Thanks so much! Lovely to hear from you!! It was one of those moments when I felt it best to leave the words to someone else – since they so eloquently captured what I often find myself flailing about to try and say properly.

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