I thought of a letter Victoria had written to (…) when she stayed in a house near Rye, amid the cornfields and sheep-pastures that had once, not so long ago, been sunk beneath the sea. ‘I feel like one rolled at the bottom of a green flood,’ she wrote, ‘smoothed, obliterated, how should my pockets still be full of words?’
Olivia Laing in To The River, writing about Virginia Woolf
On August 26 2015 at Netherlands 115 Views
4ine On 29/08/2015
i like this image of pockets full of words, and of course can't avoid thinking of Virginia Woolf pockets full of stones.... the weight of words....
Hall2002 On 27/08/2015
Nice picture !
When Virginia entered River Ouse near Monk's House, in the village of Rodmell, there was not just words in his pockets ...
Have a nice "moments of being" !
The Nedermeet group log is dedicated to the May 2012 Fotolog gathering in the south of the Netherlands. Nedermeet participants are invited to post their best photos (and worst snapshots!!) of this, the third, meet.
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