Katherine enjoys a quote that goes, roughly, "All art aspires to music".
Her brother, Paul Headrick, wrote a short story, "The Studies Of Fernando Sor", in which the great eighteenth century guitarist and composer tries to explain to his landlady that his guitar studies do not need descriptive titles because they are meant to be appreciated solely for their form and structure.
Claude Debussy, on the other hand, gave his beautiful compositions very specific descriptive titles.
I don't know if there is an anthropomorphic metaphor lurking in this photograph or if it is merely line, light and composition that makes me feel it is worth printing and sharing. Either way, it aspires to music