Words act as a compass. Place speech serves literally to enchant the land; to sing it back into being and to sing one's being back into it. --Robert Macfarlane

On Language and Landscape

On Language and Landscape

Dec 19, 2019-- "Light does not use syntax. Robins do not speak in syllables as we would recognize them. And so, language is always late for its subject in nature. I'm fascinated by language's affordance when it comes to thinking about and shaping our relations with place and what we might uneasily call nature; I'm also interested in the binds that it places us within." Robert Macfarlane shares more. (2704 reads)

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