Stillness and movement.

Stillness and movement.

Balance and potential.

Structure and fluidity.

All these things speak to me of change–

–these liquid things that make us up as they go along.

~

(All images found on the grounds of the Saint Louis Art Museum, one of my favorite places)

6 thoughts on “Stillness and movement.

  1. Even though these are strong pairings, I especially like viewing the first two images on the left as individual photographs. In fact, I believe that each, independently, beautifully expresses the theme you’ve assigned to its sibling.

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    • Oops, I meant to say: Even though these are strong pairings, I especially like viewing the first two images on the left as individual photographs. In fact, I believe that each, independently, beautifully expresses the theme you’ve assigned to the pair.

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      • I thank you kindly, Alan, for your close viewing and your words. I think I was thinking of these dualities as things that are constantly in a state of flux, one changing into the other, seamlessly, and pointing their fingers at non-duality as much as at each other.

        “Both order and disorder are man made concepts and are artificial divisions of pure chaos, which is a level deeper than is the level of distinction making.” —Principia Discordia

        (I am perhaps a bit too fond of quotes…)

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