It is said that everybody has an angle, so this week I’ve decided to play the angles and see what travel shots I came up with. First up, appropriate for the day that’s in it, some elegant, peaceful, reflective angles from the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero in Manhattan.
A sassy little triangular restroom at the start of the trail up Sauk Mountain.
A dreamy blue geometric pool at Hearst Castle in California. I want a backyard like theirs.
Last, but not least, a symphony of angles at Seattle’s unbelievably beautiful Central Library.
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In writing, one searches, and that is what keeps one writing, that one sees and experiences things from another angle entirely; one experiences oneself during the process of writing. – Herta Müller
There is some level on which this life must occasionally become repugnant and unappetizing to you and you must step back from it. And then you have a new relationship with it, and then you step back into it from a different angle – with a new appetite – and then you find the next leg of your journey. – John Patrick Shanley