We shall not cease from exploration,
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.
T. S. Eliot, LIttle Gidding, from " Four Quartets"
Earth and sky; what could be simpler?
Grass and sky; what could be simpler?
The season of the red-topped grass.
SoldTwo colors serve to define a landscape. The underlying texture translates as clouds in the sky, texture on the ground.
Warm and cool.
Soft day, soft colors.
Light sky, dark ground.
A soft, warm-grey day.
Green and yellow, separated by red.
Yellows and oranges contrasted with an edge of blue-green.
Even in black, the slim line of the horizon defines distance, future, possibilities...
A slim line describes the horizon.
The landscape overlaid in gold.
Dusk, the tropics, a hot, humid, overcast day...
Another obsession - a soft edge of grasses.