“the first event leads you to notice further events which may be consequences of the first, or which may be entirely unconnected with it except that they take place in the same field. often the first event which fixes your attention is more obvious than the subsequent ones. having noticed the dog, you notice a butterfly.” – john berger [1]

03/08/2011 § Leave a comment

pezo von ellrichshausen, field (2009)

pezo von ellrichshausen exploring field conditions on cornell campus in ithica, new york.  for more photos click here.

 

let your eyes wander

a young hare

 

 

notes: 

[1]     today’s title comes from an essay titled “field” found in:

Berger, John. About Looking. New York: Vintage International, 1991. Print.

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