Friday, 19 June 2009

Real photography

Six saplings, Hudswell Woods, Richmond, Yorkshire, June 2009

I've been reading the book on Eliot Porter: "The Color of Wildness" published by Aperture. In it he is quoted as saying:
Much is missed if we have eyes only for the bright colours. Nature should be viewed without distinction...She makes no choice herself; everything that happens has equal significance. Nothing can be dispensed with.
Quite so.

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