ȘȈǤƝȘ 70: Small Games

"It seems to me that the soul, when alone with itself and speaking to itself, uses only a small number of words, none of them extraordinary." —Valéry

A Scene in Leigh Woods, Francis Danby (1822).
A Scene in Leigh Woods, Francis Danby (1822)
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