Saturday, 7 June 2014


Zen Master Dogen writes in his book Shobogenzo:

"When human beings look at water, they only see it as something that ceaselessly pours out and flows on. This flowing has many forms, each being a part of the human perspective. It flows over the earth and out of the sky, now surging upwards, now pouring downwards, streaming along in the bends of a river and coursing through deep chasms. It rises up to make clouds and comes down to form pools."

Some more photos from the shores of Lake Coniston:

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