Black Sun Burned

"When we reach for the light, we create shadows; just as when trees seek out the light, they steal it from whatever grows below. Blotting out the sun. ...But the tiny spaces between the leaves form apertures that project the sun's rays onto the ground, creating camera obscuras. That's why, under a tree, you see circles of light. Pale relics of the sun: we and trees can only create poor imitations of light."

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    Mike and Doug Starn
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