Month: August 2016

Wheel of Fortune

Fortuna smiles

Sloppy workmanship, you could call it. Or maybe half-hearted iconoclasm. The alteration men of the Reformation or Puritanism, whichever it was, only removed half the image. The other half of this depiction of the Wheel of Fortune was hidden behind a pulpit.

Stonehenge 1

A Neolithic bucket list item

Lock themselves into snapshots on the steps of monolithic bronze as if suspecting the subtle mourning of the photograph might later conjure in the memory all they are now incapable of feeling. (‘The Permanent Tourists’ – PK Page)