09 septembre 2018

Les montagnes de Harris, W. MacGillivray et les plongeons

“The upper end of the lake and the enclosing hills were enveloped in clouds. One of the distant hills seemed to rise to any considerable elevation, but the white mist resting on their summits added much to their apparent altitude and gave a peculiar charm to the scene. The pleasure which a distant scene affords when partially involved in obscurity arises from fancy. When all is limited and defined the eye soon comprehends the whole. Hence, I am of opinion that in landscapes of the first order something should always be left for the... [Lire la suite]
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