I feel like the title character from Bruegel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, confronted by the blank indifference of nature as he hurtles, terrified, through time and space. | Tripping Along The Ledge

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Published: Irish Times, June 15 2012

I feel like the title character from Bruegel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, confronted by the blank indifference of nature as he hurtles, terrified, through time and space.

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There are anxious faces among the press contingent as the twin-engine plane swoops low over the craggy hills of northwest Donegal. Some on board have expressed doubts about the very existence of a Donegal Airport. So it is a relief when the clouds part and the runway at Carrickfinn looms into view. Read the rest of this article.

June 15th, 2012.

2 Responses to “I feel like the title character from Bruegel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, confronted by the blank indifference of nature as he hurtles, terrified, through time and space.”

  1. jin Says:

    Should it be cache instead of cachet?

    and “never, ever” in the last line. Apologies if I’m wrong on the first one. Great article and delete this whether I’m right or wrong

  2. jin Says:

    yep totally wrong, why didn’t I just check, that’s the second or third time I’ve done that on the internet. The one place it takes no effort to make sure you’re right. Regardless, it’s five in the morning my pint hand is sore

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