Roberto Cacciapaglia: “I composed “Canone degli Spazi” around essential elements – the harmony of the triads, the melodic repetition and the cycles that follow the orbits of the planets and the structure of harmonics – the very same rules that Pythagoras followed to make the laws of the Universe coincide. Sound can help us realize that the space inside us is as vast as the space outside and that in reality there is no difference between them. Sound travels through walls – the walls of the mind too – transcending both time and space. Enjoy listening.”
I remember showing a photo of this site to someone from work (we usually employ smart people there) and she said that these structures must have been put there by extraterrestrial beings and that they weren’t nature-made. When she saw a shocked expression on my face she went on explaining: “look how some columns have hats and others don’t”. Still shocked, I kept listening to her (being too well-bred to throw her out of my office) when she elaborated on a big conspiracy why some such columns – she doubted the material they were made of, were covered (to be protected in her words), and others were not.
She eventually left, but from that time on whenever I look at my or others’ pictures of erosion pyramids I can’t help remembering the talk I had with the fool who maybe just wanted to poop on my party.
P.S. Don’t be fooled by the choice of music. My photos always follow the set theme, but the music I choose just reflects my current mood and taste. This photo was captured in Ritten, South Tyrol, and not in Turkey as the tune might suggest, which coincidentally abounds in wonderful natural phenomena such as earth pyramids.
This week the theme over at weekly photo challenge says: EARTH. This is my contribution.