Monday, November 29, 2010

In the Colonnade

John Fowles writes, "In them [the woods] we stand among older, larger and infinitely other beings, remoter from us than the most bizarre other non-human forms of life: blind, immobile, speechless..., waiting... altogether very like the only form a universal god could conceivably take."


SamArtDog said...

Okay. I'm getting the book. Between the contemplative quotes and your paintings, I've started to dream of being lost in the colonnade. Sometimes it's a little scary, but it always feels right.

Donna T said...

I am enjoying your explorations in the colonnade, Bob, and am moved by the quotes also. You have certainly discovered a magical, spiritual place.

Bob Lafond said...

Sam, It's not scary, just awesome.

Donna, Actually, I discovered this place a number of years ago, but for some reason, it has meant much more lately.