Stereosc2pe + | Sailboat | José Ortega y Gasset, 1954

Fred Lyon, Setting Out to Sea, China Camp, San Francisco Bay, 1952

“To meditate is to sail a course, to navigate, among problems many of which we are in the
process of clearing up. After each one looms another, whose shores are even more attractive,
 more suggestive. Certainly, it requires strength and perseverance to get to windward of problems,
 but there is no greater delight than to reach new shores, and even to sail, as Camoëns says,
“through seas that keel has never cut before.” If you will now open a bank-account of
attention for me, I foretell sun-smitten landscapes and promise archipelagoes.”

José Ortega y Gasset, Man and People, 1954

Robert Doisneau, Le voilier pneumatique, Toulon, 1949

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