“Because a thing is going strong now, it need not go strong for ever…this craze for motion has only set in during the last hundred years. It may be followed by a civilization that won’t be a movement, because it will rest upon the earth.” E. M. Forster wrote this in 1910 in his novel Howards End (355). I don’t think we’re there yet. The motion is even faster but this means so is a greater need for the earth. I enjoy simple quiet details.

 

Details Of Nature: Chorlton Park Leaves

Wednesday January 9, 2013