Sunday, January 18, 2009

A Falling Down Carelessly That Forms the Heavens…

That relentless self-condensing of a music continually seeking to evaporate. Consummator of the world: as that which falls down in the rain over the earth and upon the waters, falling down carelessly, falling haphazard – rises again out of all things, more invisible, and joyous in its law, and ascends and floats and forms the heavens: so the ascent of our precipitations rose out of you and domed the world about with music


~ Text: Rilke’s
Notebooks of Malte Laurid Brigge

~ Images:
Emmet Gowin - Conner Pass, Ireland; Magdalena, New Mexico; Toutle River Valley