The agreeable eye

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A view south from the Morrison Bridge in Portland, OR, under a cloudy sky, over wind-riffled water, to a distant urban skyline, partially blocked by the railing on the bridge

Undoubtedly, the landscape will be endearing to someone in the future, even if it changes again. People live in the world of their own moment. They get used to their environment and cannot waste emotions on grieving over everything that has changed.

—Andri Snær Magnason (On Time and Water, trans. Lytton Smith, p. 251)


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