"What is pertinent is the calmness of that beauty, its sense of restraint. It is though the land knows of its own beauty, of its own greatness, and feels no need to shout it."

Before our long(est) road trip last week, I read a bit from The Remains of the Day. This passage stuck in my mind as we traveled through this stretch of fog, rolling fields, and greatness.

1 comment:

  1. I've never read the book but I've experienced the quote. I'd love to walk quietly with only a single companion into the vastness your photos reveal. To wander along without word or song or distracting noise which so often attends a group of even the best intentioned people. Without offense the gentle spirit of the moment might grant audience. A blessing to my companion and myself.


thank you for looking around! what do you think?