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Saturday morning, 19th October 2013, Autumn Equinox
A Year, Twenty Days of Colour, November 13th–23rd, 1988
Parke Estate, Devon. Leaf, light, dye destruction print.
183 x 183 / 72 x 72 "

A Year, Twenty Days of Colour, November 13th–23rd, 1988
Parke Estate, Devon. Leaf, light, dye destruction print.
183 x 183 / 72 x 72 "

...the orange, the red brown, the crimson, the light yellow, the yet lingering green, beeches and birches, as they were blossoming fire and gold! – And the sun in slanting pillars, or illuminated small parcels of mist, or single spots of softest, greyish light, now racing, now slowly gliding, now stationary – the mountains cloudy – the lake has been a mirror so very clear, that the water became almost invisible – and now it rolls up in white breakers, like a sea; and the wind snatches up the water, and drifts it like snow – and now the rain storm pelts...

 

S.T. Coleridge, 1803

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