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Tag Archives: The Sky
From a letter written by James Howell, 17 March 1639: Having got into a close field, I cast my face upward, and…began to contemplate as I was in this posture the vast magnitude of the universe and what proportion this … Continue reading
Evelyn Hofer: Dublin Sky (1966); from Dublin: A Portrait (1967).
Kay Sage: South to Southwesterly Winds Tomorrow (1957)
Félix Bracquemond: The Storm Cloud (1860-1870)
Wenzel Hablik: Kampen, Sylt: Dark Clouds, Mudflats (1907)
Richard Oelze: Expectation (1935-36)
Each time you look at the sky, try to identify the clouds in it and test whether the explanations given in the book could be true for them. Gradually you will come to know the important clouds and the circumstances … Continue reading
At Lynn, Mass., one evening in 1682, after the sun had set, and darkness had begun to throw its pall over the land, a man by the name of Handford went out of doors to ascertain if the new moon … Continue reading
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Caspar David Friedrich: Evening with Clouds (1824)