As I worked on my book Old New World I became more and more obsessed by light. Not only what the light was doing and whether it would aid my photographs, but the transient nature of light, and how it governs our experience of the world.
I tried several times to write about it but wasn’t happy with the results. Finally, almost in exasperation, I wrote the poem ‘Notes about what I meant’. The poem has now been appeared in the Transnational Review, which is published out of Flinders University in South Australia.
Here’s a link to the work.