The PC is glitching just too much. Someone up there doesn't like me.
Eurydice. This is perhaps obliquely appropriate: I feel that the trips into the chthonic regions of my mind are echoed by this Greek myth of flight from the enchanter. The stew worked out well, but for some unclear reason I am very agitated.
'The Uses of Obscurity' is about the literary deliberate failure to help the reader, butthe principle applies to the visual too, especially in the days of the Post-Modern (whatever that is). here, for example, it is hard to read the image.
The division of the picture into sections is not particularly new either, but nonetheless, I can't resist it sometimes. What is that purple stripe? If those are trees, which way is the picture oriented? If landscape what terrain is referred to?