The Moon of Planet Earth

My last post, back in November of 20 one six, was a beach scene, photographed late in the afternoon and manipulated via Photoshop to a strangely lit landscape, as if time had quit but light still worked.

That light thing is marvelous, by the way. The way it sets out, collecting moments (probably in waves, but I’m not a scientist, so I don’t know. But I like to think that it involves waves), everything in its path, this universal snapshot that will flicker a billion years from now, and I will still be me, and you will still be you: strange brethren, lit from within, as if we had a living pulse, even in space dark, shining.

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