This is the time of year when the grass only intermittently catches the light.
Its ability, however, to combine visual and emotional parts of the observing human mind, is wondrous.
These effects take place before thinking, and cannot be put into words. They do not come from the language centre of the brain, but from the eye itself.
In this way, it lays down a map of its journey through the networks of the mind, and the mind’s journey back.
Categories: Nature Photography, Science
Love the view throuigh the grasses, makes me feel aninmalesque 🙂
Cool! The sun was coming in through the trees just right. Usually, there is too much shadow.
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