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The Undiscovered Country, Pages 94 & 95

Posted by
Gary Hart (California, United States) on 19 October 2009 in Landscape & Rural.

I'm off to Yosemite, but each day while I'm away I'll post images and poetry from my book, The Undiscovered Country. Enjoy!

<< I'm back--next post, October 22>>

Madman's Song

Better to see your cheek grown hollow,
Better to see your temple worn,
Than to forget to follow, follow,
After the sound of a silver horn.

Better to bind your brow with willow
And follow, follow until you die,
Than to sleep with your head on a golden pillow,
Nor lift it up when the hunt goes by.

Better to see your cheek grow sallow
And your hair grown gray, so soon, so soon,
Than to forget to hallo, hallo,
After the milk-white hounds of the moon.

—Elinor Wylie

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Thanks for visiting. Even if I don't respond, your comments are always read and appreciated.

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Fantastic image gary, congratulation!

19 Oct 2009 7:09am

Bill Jennings from (Bay Area Northern Calif), United States

wow - what a moon shot with half dome! well done.

19 Oct 2009 8:35am

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

WOWWW.. Stunning view.

19 Oct 2009 8:38am

Fred from Manila, Philippines

The moon serving as the anchor just balances everything out. Great shot sir!

19 Oct 2009 9:23am

Vitor Martins from Lisboa, Portugal

Fantastic image. I love the colors and tones.

19 Oct 2009 7:52pm

Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

Beautiful! Lovely tones.

19 Oct 2009 9:38pm

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

fantastic view! lovely colour tones and the moon just tops it off perfectly!

20 Oct 2009 2:28am

Peyman from mashhad, Iran

Good view, what is the time? and i think you can work with clouds in order to swell them

20 Oct 2009 7:39pm

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

WOW

21 Oct 2009 2:05am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Great shot

21 Oct 2009 5:00am

pernilla from Andonno, Italy

Amazing tones and light. Superb capture.

21 Oct 2009 10:24pm

`Paul from Minneapolis, United States

wondrous.. awe-inspiring.. monumentally beautiful.

26 Oct 2009 9:30pm

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Breathtaking!!! Could comment on all of your images! Amazing work you do! :)

9 Nov 2009 7:29am

Kruti from Ahmedabad, India

Breathtaking! Is this HDR work?

20 Nov 2009 2:19pm

@Kruti: Thanks, Kruti. No HDR for me--I don't use it and am not a big fan of it.