Saturday, April 24, 2010

"And in the morning the land was cut in two"



"And in the morning the land was cut in two" - Gavin Highly by Janet Frame

4 comments:

http://wolsztyn.blogspot.com/ said...

:)

donnie said...

super - like an infra red air photograph :))

Joan Elizabeth said...

What an interesting image to put with this quote ... suggests all the border changes that have happened over the years.

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeht, this is the share of the aforementioned cabling mole-plough.
Funny: I started with the photo and the third sentence in Janet Frame's short story was this one ... .

donnie, I am still trying to see what you see ... ;-)

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