The beauty of anti-light that creates a true darkness, unbroken by torches or lanterns and impossible to see in. It does throw shadows - bright spots of illumination that help to find your way around in the case of a sudden surge of dark light.
Young goddess of horses, fertility and a leader of souls in the after-life ride enjoying the powerful tranquility of the golden hour in a blue valley. Celtic mythology inspired. Acrylic and gouache on paper. 2017. In private collection.
The phrase "black swan" derives from a Latin expression; its oldest known occurrence is the poet Juvenal's characterization of something being "a rare bird in the lands and very much like a black swan". When the phrase was coined, the black swan was presumed not to exist. The importance of the metaphor lies in its analogy to the fragility of any system of thought. Black Swan Theory byNassim Nicholas Taleb