Saturday 2 September 2017

Quotes 2017 #245

"Beyond the heronry, if it were cloudy as yesterday, the seagreen and the mintgreen of the morass grass, the moonstone blue of the river surface absorbing the muted light, the celadon blue of the Japan Sea laced with the breaker waves in oxidized silver, and the liquid jade green sky with fat cream poured in--all those colors would be fused and mirror on one's cornea behind the cool veil of the early autumn." (Kyoko Yoshida)