If I was a woman, had £250, and Scotland was more reliably sunny I would be wearing this today.
This is a great film – there is no dialogue, its very calm and considered (perhaps slow) but after about 25 mins there is an incredible, pivotal scene which I have never seen the like of before. This is an investigation into our relationship with the environment around us, and a poetic study of the possibilities of reincarnation. Watch it, if you’re in the right mood to contemplate things. It’s beautifully shot too.
Yes. Still relevant.
I was in Skye this weekend to give a talk about Forest Pitch for Atlas Arts in Portree. It was a lovely weekend. I took the time to visit “Macurdie’s Barn of Laughs Exhibition”. The last time I was in Skye, we drove past this sign, and I wanted to go visit – but we were on our way elsewhere so we didn’t. However, I certainly am glad I made it back this time….