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Thunderhead - Peter Rotter

Through living in it, the landscape becomes a part of us, just as we are part of it.

— T. Ingold (1993), The Temporality of the Landscape, pp. 154. 

Jacob Maris - Fishing boat (detail).

"In a world of flux and sometimes frightening instability, the familiarity of recollected kitchen smells and spices, of family rituals, of the ordinary world of daily experience, grants refuge, a sense of continuity—and contiguity with an intimate community."

Kimberly Verwaayen, from “Re-Membering the (W)holes: Counter Memory, Collective Memory, and Bergsonian Time in Anne Michaels’ Miner’s Pond,” Canadian Poetry (v. 46, Spring/Summer 2000)

Thanks memoryslandscape


© Ettore Moni


Olive branches » Con Poulos


Louis Sparre
Toward the sun, 1908

In the sunset of dissolution, everything is illuminated by the aura of nostalgia, even the guillotine.

— Milan Kundera + (via mythologyofblue)


Paris Roof Tops Michael Wolf

Stories about places are makeshift things. They are composed with the world’s debris.

— M. de Certeau (1984), The Practice of Everyday Life, pp. 107.


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8 day road trip through Alberta