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Friday, February 03, 2006

Partial Light



Sometimes argument is futile.



We see only in part.



I don’t know all the answers, because I don’t know all the questions.



A finger pointing at the moon is not the moon.



When we look at the moon, we’re also seeing the sun – reflected light. Is the moon the sun?



I need to keep opening my eyes wider.


A corner at Oliver St. John Gogarty, Dublin

7 comments:

lesleyanne said...

mmm.....mammas! i love these photos. at first i thought it was the atelier....but then i realized it wasn't. but i love them.

Ruth said...

Thank you, sweetie!

Too bad I had dinner looking at this corner by myself. :( It would have been fun to share with you, Dad and Pete.

chris said...

these photos are all so very nice

calming and warm on this cold february morn'

Ruth said...

Welcome and thank you, Chris. I agree. These are some of my fave colors.

Ginnie said...

It's so strange, Ruth. I left a comment the other day and I see it's not here. Actually, this is happening on Nate's site as well. Very strange.

Anyway, I said that I particularly love the Irish icon of the harp/lyre on the back of the chair. It's one of the most soulful symbols/icons of my life :) Guess I must be part Irish!

I also said something brilliant about the sun/moon dichotomy but can't remember what!

Ruth said...

Boots: I noticed yesterday that there was 1 comment on the main page, but when I went to look at the comment, there was nothing there. I suspected something malfunctioned. I'm sorry it was you! I wish you could remember about the sun/moon dichotemy!

Yes, that harp is such a great image. I didn't realize it meant so much to you! (Or I forgot.) Did you see the original in the Trinity College library? http://skippyshamrock.tripod.com/harp.jpg

Don said...

This is a very cool way to help us think about what we THINK we know and understand.