if you’re not careful, one day can run into the other quite easily out here. the weather, on saturday for instance, was not that different from the weather on sunday, he said saturday night at around 9:50 p.m. he’s even said that there are subtle differences between one sunrise from the next, & we all know that that is not really true. for evidence, please note photo above. that is the sun rising on the right. need there be more explanation?
but if you are paying attention, there are details that change everything one day to the next. that statement is not true. please direct your eye (& what else would you direct?) to the seascape in the photograph directly above this paragraph (a paragraph you’ll note that has no indentation, it’s only considered a paragraph because he has said it is, but that does not make it so, the reader is advised to maintain their distance & to not impose their own righteousness upon the text,) but back to the photograph, what was to be said? the sea, the sky, some vegetation framing it. a political act?
you would think not, but you would be wrong. the very existence of the image is a revolution, a fight for freedom, & even this trite saccharine scene (a tree fern frond unfurls its edwardian moustaches) embodies the power to upend the status quo.
this then is the message that you will find throughout this forthcoming group of posts, a book, serialized if you will, that begins today & ends this coming friday.