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Wednesday evening, 13th March 2013, Midwinter
Midwinter 1, Dec 2006 [02], Water, light, dye destruction print, 40.5 x 50.5 cm / 16 x 20 "

Midwinter 1, Dec 2006 [02], Water, light, dye destruction print, 40.5 x 50.5 cm / 16 x 20 "

Early evening, in the west the new moon rests just above the trees. Moments like this rekindle hope in the world, feeling close to Dorothy and all the moon gazers across time. 

 

I have got tea and am now much relieved. On friday Evening the Moon hung over the Northern side of the highest point of Silver How, like a gold ring snapped in two & shaven off at the Ends it was so narrow. Within this Ring lay the Circle of the Round moon, as distinctly to be seen as ever the enlightened moon is." 


Dorothy Wordworth, March 1802

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