Thursday, July 30, 2015

The old man and the sea

The title is, of course, borrowed [with profound apologies] from that of Ernest Hemingway's Nobel-clinching novella. I've conceptualised a man at sea, perhaps fishing, but away from his world, immersed in himself. Far out at sea, out of sight of land, it must be another world altogether. But the terrestrial home that he inhabits, exists all the same, looming in the background, or in his thoughts.


Bikram Grewal said...

Truly lovely. Didnt know you had these talents as well!

Anonymous said...

How nice, happy to see the dragon flies, and is that the marlin on the left below? I think Hemingway would approve and appreciate. :-)