Thursday, 18 September 2008


Watching the Thames from Hungerford bridge. It looks as though the river possesses a skin; but I suppose it doesn’t really. It is a sort of optical illusion—simply the motion of the deforming, dappling plane where water ends and air begins. In other words, I watching a river in effect flayed—we’re seeing the muscles working without their layer of concealing skin.

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