“Mr. Tansley raised a hammer; swung it high in the air; but realising as it descended , that he could not smite the butterfly with such an instrument as this, said only that he had never been sick in his life.”
“All of them bending themselves to listen thought, ‘Pray heaven that the inside of my mind may not be exposed,’ for each thought, ‘The others are feeling this. They are outraged and indignant with the government about the fisherman. Whereas, I feel nothing at all.’ ”
“It was windy, so that the leaves now and then brushed open a star, and the stars themselves seemed to be shaking and darting light and trying to flash out between the edges of the leaves. Yes, that was done, accomplished; and as with all things done, became solemn.”
Text from To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
All images in this series were shot with a Bronica ETR-Si and 50mm lens, on a single roll of Kodak 100 TMax. Exposures ranged from 4 seconds to 8 minutes at f22.