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After taking this image I found myself again wondering why we’re always encouraged to liberate ourselves from the darkness? I know it has a metaphorical meaning, but it also has the effect of always turning darkness in to an enemy. … Continue reading
The sun sets on Christmas day, and the day’s celebration gently slips in to the world of memory.
To many, darkness is the enemy of light. The two are always opposed to one another. I rather see a wonderful kinship between the two, the one unable to exist without the other We’re always moving from darkness in to light. Before … Continue reading