A H a u n t i n g o f L e a v e s

A Haunting of Leaves

t h e r e    –    n o t    t h e r e

a n    x – r a y    o f    s i l e n c e

a    h a u n t i n g    o f    l e a v e s


l u m e n    e t c h e d

f i l i g r e e    o f    s h a d o w p l a y

f a d i n g    f l u x    o f

e a r t h            r o o t            b r e a t h

a    f r a g i l e    g r o u n d i n g

a    p a s s i n g    c l o u d

h e r e    –    n o t    h e r e

From a walk in Wester Shore Woods, near Blackness Castle, south shore of the Firth of Forth.

Now playing: Jakob Ullmann – disappearing musics

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5 Responses to A H a u n t i n g o f L e a v e s

  1. Ian Hill says:

    Beautiful. Thank you.

    You may be interested in the work of this photographer who uses the masking of photosynthesis to create images: http://binhdanh.com/Projects/Immortality/Immortality.html


  2. Thanks Ian. That is amazing work by Binh Dahn. Elemental transmigration – wow.

  3. dianajhale says:

    Forgot to comment on this before – really lovely words and images on one of my favourite subjects!

  4. sippen says:

    Reblogged this on The Sippen Chronicles and commented:

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