Dr John Perivolaris
Notes, Thoughts, and Observations
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Each haiku and each photograph is a distilled droplet that refracts the world.
Misquoting Edwin T. Morris’s book on Chinese gardens, I would say that a great emotional charge can be wrung from a small photographic print which is only a few inches in size but which is expansive in poetical space.
Smallness invites expansion.