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We are standing further and further away from the edge of the natural world and I find myself increasingly drawn to nature's nuances, to the mysterious patterns and surfaces it creates, to the unique relationship between light and darkness in nature, to dunes and fossils and the grace of being able to 'look up'. One of these images is from a poem series called Black Haiku: Poems for Dark Times. Another is from looking down into the Arno River as it rushes through Florence, creating sound and pattern that could only have come from Monteverdi's Wind. Another shows the notes of birds migrating above the complicated musical score that is the chaos of electrical wiring in Beijing.