Are we all such helpless and inexperienced beginners with not the slightest clue on how to correct our aims or on to draw our bowstrings right?
This supposedly uplifting book has depressed me amidst its poetry and beauty into a realization that I will probably never ‘correct my own stance’ or ‘let the arrow fall at the moment of highest tension’, effortlessly hit any goal or even realize what the real goal is…
Why is there no art in life anymore? Isn’t it all that should exist? Can we please ban money and all its accouterments and live by the High Arts; that might then bring some insipid meaning back to our lives?
- Zen in the art of archery – The book Cartier-Bresson regarded as the ultimate photo one (kalamir.net)
- Exhibition: ‘Henri Cartier-Bresson. The Geometry of the Moment “Landscapes'” at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (artblart.com)
- “Never Enough” (brianandrekirton.wordpress.com)
- Getting Wood (sharons7th.wordpress.com)