In the Morning

Since breaking my neck, and working from home, I’ve been more susceptible to the slow pace of light on things. Just before the coffee is ready, the morning glow fills things with a life of its own: filling, hiding, and revealing. Annie Dillard: “a taste for the profound is a taste like any other.” Developing a love for light takes time, submission, practice, openness to different ways of seeing. Sometimes for me, it takes a broken neck.

Thanks to Roger Ebert for sharing a link to this short film by Krishna Shenoi
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