David Camp's 2017 April Gallery 10
Canto 28. Circles (Aril 2017)
The original Commedia's 28th Paradiso canto speaks of
embedded circles of angelic light and energy, seven in all, and
each of the three sections of the Commedia is constructed of nine circles.
Circles are a perfect form, and 28 is a perfect number in mathematics,
so I have chosen to call this 28th page of ethereal images Circles.
Circles repeat over and over because they have no beginning or end.
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