A macro landscape. A product of both chance and intention. Almost, a representational abstract... When we see these things, we could pause and consider the ways in which phenomena in our lives contain their opposite, or spring from their opposite as a foundation, or walk the world wrapped in their opposite. And wonder why are people inclined "to talk of opposites where there are only degrees and many subtleties of gradation".
All phenomena are one, and continuous. That in flakes of snow we can find the countenance of mountain valleys, and great mountain ranges can be found in your heart, and that you can be found in the heart of snowflakes. At it's best the practice of photography is a means to crystallize my thoughts and meditations while in nature, I am never able to do so with the proper profoundness or subtly to be any more than a starting point for the meditations of others, but I hope in pieces like this I do that much at lest.
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