Posts Tagged ‘ walking ’

Scott Watson in Sendai – Second session | YouTube

Thomas Struth: Style Without Style by Jana Prikryl | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books

Thomas Struth/Ivory Press

 

An untitled spread from Thomas Struth’s book Walking, 2014 

Thomas Struth: Style Without Style by Jana Prikryl | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books.

Walking Time | FOP

walking and siting the geologic along 6th avenue, April 24, 2015

Walking Time | FOP.

Sam Amidon and Olof Arnolds “Walking On Sunshine”

Winter Pond by Jang Seok-Nam

WINTER POND

I walk across a frozen pond.
Here is where the water-lilies were.
Under here was the black rock where the catfish would hide.
Occasionally a cracking sound as if it is splitting
as love grows deeper.

All the irises are bent over.
My shoulders, knees, feet, that all summer long I saw reflected, sitting on this rock, have frozen like the irises.
They too show no sign of having watched the reflection of something before this.
Although the fourteenth-day moon comes in its course, icily
all remain silent.

Suppose someone comes along,
loud steps treading on the pond,
and addresses me anxiously, saying:
“This is where I used to be.”
“This is where that star used to come.”

Jang Seok-Nam
(translated from Korean by Brother Anthony of Taize)

Walking, Dublin (Sat, 23RD February, 2013) / 10 Things Wrong With Environmental Thinking

6a00d8341c562c53ef017ee8e7a004970d-120wiWalking Ireland

The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Macfarlane: review – Telegraph

The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Macfarlane: review – Telegraph.

Walking By My Self Again, poems by Taneda Santoka in versions by Scott Watson / Bookgirl Press, Sendai


travel writing rewriting to leave behind

Taneda Santoka
Walking By My Self Again

Scott Watson’s versions of poems by Japan’s last itinerant monk are steeped in knowledge, understanding, love, and imagination. Just the book title alone bears repeating, like one step after another – Walking By My Self Again – foot step word spaces between each word and between myself. Suddenly that taken for granted preposition “by” takes on yet another sense, and that is how Santoka wrote. ~ DF

I ordered my copy from Mountains and Rivers Press and it arrived in a jiffy.

For Wallace Stevens, Hartford as Muse / The New York Times

Wallace Stevens of Hartford

EcoMobility Gaining Ground, Step by Step – IPS ipsnews.net

 

 

EcoMobility Gaining Ground, Step by Step – IPS ipsnews.net.