joshua tree national park; secret gardens

July 2014: desert birthday


And more, more notes on bewilderment:

“To engage repeatedly with those patches of darkness, those nights of history, those places of unknowing”

“The language of nuance and ambiguity and speculation”

“While there are many Woolfs, mine has been a Virgil guiding me through the uses of wandering, getting lost, anonymity, immersion, uncertainty, and the unknown”

“In To the Lighthouse, Woolf wrote: ‘For now she need not think about anybody. She could be herself, by herself… To be silent; to be alone…┬áHer horizon seemed to her limitless.’”

[Woolf’s Darkness: Embracing the Inexplicable]

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