An Innocent Wild Vertigo

Frederick Turner wrote: “A beautiful thing, though simple in its immediate presence, always gives us a sense of depth below depth, almost an innocent wild vertigo as one falls through its levels” (as quoted by John O’Donahue, Beauty: The Invisible Embrace, p. 55).

Yesterday an aging hydrangea head kept inviting me to look “depth below depth.” I was captivated by its sense of playfulness, of motion, of “an innocent wild vertigo.” Amazing moments….

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