Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
a very interesting post by Laurey.I wrote in a comment to him my feeling that "quality of eye" is our original nature, and some are simply now ready to come upon it.It is a huge topic, a very interesting one to me. I even thought at one time of pursuing theoretical physics so I could spend my life understaning the nature of light.I've found since I could do it other ways :)for example, uncovering the true meaning of "You are the Light of the world."Laurie
"I even thought at one time of pursuing theoretical physics so I could spend my life understaning the nature of light."Gee whiz! Do you have any ideas about what I blogged recently: what is the "quality of light" which makes a photo interesting? I can't find a common quality to those kinds of light, as opposed to other kinds of light, which are dull.
That girl is very beautiful. Wish I had someone like that :)
I initially wanted to study physics because I thought the mystery of light could be found in "matter" and was matter.I believe that quality of light is so hard to define because its source is Consciousness, and degree of consciousness of the artist. I love to hear the technical aspects of photography and painting, the language is ... cool. But I can only speak of the "love" aspect, I'm not trained in the other . . . .If a photographer looks with pure love at his subject and the subject receives that look purely, and "blossoms" under it, the whole photo will shine with a high quality of light. Then, the photo will be "felt" as much as seen. I think such works of art can actually bring healing. There's a connection between healing and light.
I think light and consciousness are two very different things. But it is true that we all seem to have a very strong association between them. I wonder how that came about.
But it is true that we all seem to have a very strong association between them. I wonder how that came about. I believe that God instilled this within us. He seperated the day and night.For God himself is light. Light in itself represents purity and holiness, believe it or not.Without any form of natural sunlight our very own existance would not be. As far as the camera situation, that's a whole other situation too difficult to explain or understand.
I'm at a loss for words! This is so beautiful.I think God "separating day from night" is yet another allegory. It would really feel too obvious otherwise.
Pascal said... I'm at a loss for words! This is so beautiful.thank you pascal.
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