"After all, is it not the way we humans shape the universe, shape time itself? Do we not take the raw stuff of chaos and impose a beginning, middle, and end on it, like the simplest and most profound of folktales, to reflect the shapes of our own tiny lives? And if the physicists are right, that the physical world changes as it is observed, and we are its only known observers, then might we not be bending the entire chaotic universe, the eternal, ever-active Now, to fit that familiar form?" Tad Williams, Sea of Silver Light
A few words on …
... points of view, relativity, postmodernity, language, literature, the ineluctable modality of the visible and of everything else … and generally on things that I find fascinating and want to share with the world.
I plan to blog about thought provoking academic articles that I think might be interesting for a wider audience to read than might usually encounter them, and there're also going to be some photographs and (bad) poems, and some links to interesting and cool stuff, and and and, you know … stuff!
Challenge II: almost missed it - bird and water - cat's eye view - clearings - dew - duvet / comforter / blanket - green! - joy - mountain - orange - people - portraits - relief - something magical - that scratchy/tired eye feeling when you’ve been on the computer too long - things that go - tree shape - underneath my car - your favourite song - necks - streetlamps from above