Saturday, October 26, 2013

Full Moon

“The Chinese considered the moon to be yin, feminine and full of negative energy, as opposed to the sun that was yang and exemplified masculinity. I liked the moon, with its soft silver beams. It was at once elusive and filled with trickery, so that lost objects that had rolled into the crevices of a room were rarely found, and books read in its light seemed to contain all sorts of fanciful stories that were never there the next morning.” 

[Quote by Yangsze Choo, The Ghost Bride... Provided by CZ]

Taken on: May 7, 2009
Location: Near Yangshuo, China

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