Jason Feather ~ Yin & Yang

Jason Feather ~ Yin & Yang

Jason shoots these vast spaces in black & white, very sparsely populated with tiny people, never interacting. This one doesn’t convey the loneliness that some of them do. This one is more contemplative. And I love the composition, dark and light, shadow, grids of bricks, curved wooden platform, wood grain.

And silence, but for barely audible footsteps at this distance.

In the comments for the song on Youtube, I found an epochal haiku:

Haiku can be fun
But sometimes they don’t make sense.

I know I’ve paired Japanese music with the Chinese conception of Yin/Yang. I’m sorry, but I couldn’t pass up that haiku.

Honshirabe by Miyata Kohachiro

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