Sunday, May 19, 2013


As child I must have differed in other things besides sanctity from the good Bernard of Clairvaux, who, we are told, could walk all day by the Lake of Geneva and never see the lake. My earliest recollections are not of myself, but of my environment. It is only reflection that fits my small presence into the picture.

Text:   John Buchan, Memory Hold-The-Door (1940)

Photographs by Laura Gilpin:  

Upper:  Long Prayer at the Night  Way Ceremony (1952)

Lower:  Petroglyph on Rock Face, Navajo Dam Area (1959)

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