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Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell
A very interesting series, mysterious, delicate, original. They look like drawings. Who puts the boot in? Man, polluting the waters of the earth?
3 years ago.
Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell
Undine

He slashed the briars, shoveled up grey silt
To give me right of way in my own drains
And I ran quick for him, cleaned out my rust.
He halted, saw me finally disrobed,
Running clear, with apparent unconcern.
Then he walked by me. I rippled and I churned
Where ditches intersected near the river
Until he dug a spade deep in my flank
And took me to him. I swallowed his trench
Gratefully, dispersing myself for love
Down in his roots, climbing his brassy grain ---
But once he know my welcome, I alone
Could give him subtle increase and reflection.
He explored me so completely, each limb
Lost its cold freedom. Human, warmed to him.

Seamus Heaney.
3 years ago.
Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell
This continues to be a wonderful sequence, balletic and tantalising. Can you say anything about the story, the inspiration behind it?
3 years ago.
Dominique-Lucy Renson
Dominique-Lucy Renso…
I don't know much about it ... i live in a village where "things" happens just under my window ;
It was a special week-end celebrating water, with visits of the canals and the underground water system ... I'll make sure to ask about the inspiration if i meet Sophie
3 years ago.
Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell
A wonderful accident that you seem to have taken full advantage of. You could fill a whole gallery with these images and I would not tire of them.
3 years ago.