A ravishingly beautiful light
On the longest day an evening light of ravishing, exceptional beauty. Most of the things we see in nature are beautiful because of the harmony of their parts. A rose is beautiful because of the exact repetition of its globe like petals. The leaves of a willow herb, as with so many plants, are spaced in accordance with the Fibbonaci sequence. Faces, birds, cats are beautiful because they are in two halves and one side answers the other. But light as we see it has no parts. The closest thing there is to beauty itself.