All posts tagged: Sunset

It’s that time of year again…

  The start of the Wide, Wide World of Wonderful, Winter(ish) Sunsets shooting season… That time when you’re so terribly desperate for light, and warmth… And color… let’s not forget about color!!! That one braves the elements in order to find any such semblance of said items. No matter how frigid the conditions. Which of course leads one to the never-ending search for sufficient warmth amongst the chills. (Chills which seem to get chillier and, um… chillier… each and every year… by golly by gum…) So I search… For items which can inure me against the cold, and ensure I can endure for longer and longer periods outdoors. (… for someone trying to stay out-of-doors, I think I got all those “in”-type words used in the correct sense…) Anywho, there I am… Scouring my part of the world, for the perfect item of winter wear…   Such as gloves…   Gloves that lets one operate all the buttons and dials of a DSLR, without necessitating the removal of said items specifically designed for the protection of …

Windows

Literature and poems, and music, and indeed all the arts, are best served when used as windows – into other souls and other realms, into other minds and other cultures – into universes not of your design. But what’s most important is that you not seek your own reflection. You must look through them… away from yourself, and towards that mysterious other. For what can even the most glorious music say to you, if all you can hear is your own voice? EJ Liederstein