Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Sight & Sound - Tao Te Ching, Part II

This is a continuation of yesterday's post showcasing Ursula K. LeGuin's version of Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, on CD with the music of Todd Barton.

#29 - Not Doing

#43 - Water and Stone

#76 - Hardness

Photos © 2010 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. To do anything to the world is to damage it, couldn't agree more sadly we're incapable of doing nothing. I hope to be soft and tender but it takes a lot of work. Gorgeous photos to go with the quotations. I love your spring wildflowers.

  2. I love it.....not doing is what I want to "do" now.

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  4. Love, love, love these photos!

    Brilliant pictures. They make me want to go outside right now!

  5. Interesting. The photo at top looks like the personification of a rune or perhaps a Chinese character in three dimensional form... how fitting.