onsdag 11. september 2013

To the lighthouse

Homlungen Fyr
"He must have reached it," said Lily Briscoe aloud, feeling suddenly completely tired out. For the Lighthouse had become almost invisible, had melted away into a blue haze, and the effort of looking at it and the effort of thinking of him landing there, which both seemed to be one andt the same effort, had streched her body and mind to the utmost. Ah, but she was relieved. Whatever she had wanted to give him, when he left her that morning, she had given him at last. (s.197)
Woolf, Virginia (2004): To the lighthouse, Vingate, London
Foto: Metaingrid