The Divine Comedy


“I saw gathered there in the depths of it,


Bound up by love into a single volume,


All the leaves scattered through the universe;


Substance and accidents and their relations,


But yet fused together in such a manner,


That what I am talking of is a simple light.”


Dante: Paradiso, Canto XXXIII: 85-90.


Note: Pictures taken at dusk in Cornwall, England on New Years Eve 2014.



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