Some simple, beautiful work here. A thoughtful dialogue with the land, and our impact upon it as part of an ongoing process of creation …. and destruction. Here, as in all things, we truly do reap what we sow. Nice to know that occasionally that the product can also be beauty.
Wow I love the sense of time here Sydney..it’s always so fascinating finding small parts of people or a persons life, especially more so now with every day so documented, there’s even more so a sense of peace in finding clues from small, unspecified fragments..
Absolutely! I find myself drawn to all the questions situations like this expose – the how and why and when of human interactions with the landscape. There’s something so satisfying about holding a small, real thing that all the phone pics in the world can’t come close to.
Thank you for this lovely post. I recognize one of the china patterns as Royal Doulton Mikado, or the pottery blue ware called Blue Willow.How the water works on them is moving- they were once clay… glass was sand. Your arrangement of the sherds is beautiful. Thank you. Ruth
On 20 November 2017 at 11:36, sydney lancaster: hand & eye wrote:
> sydney posted: “Some simple, beautiful work here. A thoughtful dialogue > with the land, and our impact upon it as part of an ongoing process of > creation …. and destruction. Here, as in all things, we truly do reap > what we sow. Nice to know that occasionally that the pro” >
The work belongs to one of my favourite members of the WordPress community – not mine! I do love the way the familiar and unfamiliar meet in this work, how change and process and interconnection become so evident through these simple genstures.