Still Life.

From time to time, for a change of pace and because it’s good to smile and laugh a little, I’ll dig out some of my photos and post them. Machinery that has become part of the landscape is a particular favorite of mine. Not sure why, perhaps it is about the relationship between movement and rest embodied in such images.
Seen in a neighborhood in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1999. I wonder if it is still there.

I am tempted to write about photography, however I think it is probably better that I didn’t. I struggled for years with the philosophical problems surrounding photography and thankfully eventually stopped, not long after that I became a monk. It’s interesting because somehow I don’t seem to think about all of that any more.

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