Wednesday, August 16, 2006

I stood in the serenity of the beach at night, with the absence of artificial light. Awestruck, I beheld a luminescence -- and thought about humanity's best to improve one's vision in the darkness. It was there that it was revealed to me what folly it is to attempt to light what has already been lit. Billions of stars and the reflective white sand allow one to see beyond what is registered through rudimentary orbs.


Blogger TwistedNoggin said...

The more you force your eyes to adjust to some bright light in your face, the harder it is to reach the gentle, natural, real light glowing constantly over the horizon. But then, what do I know? ...I have a tendancy to chase lights that are out of reach, and have made my own soul a little darker because of it.
What on earth am I talking about?
Anyway... lovely image.

2:33 PM  

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