Thursday, November 8, 2012

To Gaze

gaze |gāz|verb [ intrans. ]look steadily and intentlyesp. in admiration, surprise, or thought he could only gaze at her in astonishment.nounsteady intent look he turned, following her gaze offices screened from the public gaze.• [in sing. (in literary theory) a particular perspective taken to embody certain aspects of the relationship between observer and observed, esp. as reflected in the way in which an author or filmdirector (unconsciously or otherwisedirects attention the male gaze.DERIVATIVESgazer nounORIGIN late Middle English perhaps related to obsolete gaw (seegawk ).

Time to gaze, sunset on the pond, Nov . 2012


  1. This image immediately reminds me of the work of Australian Indigenous artist Lin Onus (d). You should check him out on the web, I think you'd like what he did.

    1. Thanks so much for the link, really enjoying his work. Another great discovery.

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    1. Thanks Anna, I can see why the Victorians loved gazing balls, the pond is mine.


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