Ephemeral as in place
On this day
the ebb and flow of the crowd's concentration on the performance and a reflection of the nostalgic character of specific performances
Because different people may value the passage of time differently
Fletcher's frogs use these sites to exploit them, by-passing predation and competition.
via a direct and indirect pressence in the transmission cycle
Landscapes feature ephemeral changes of both natural and man-made origin. Furrows, haystacks and sheaves are ephemeral aspects of a landscape.
Ephemerality is a component of olfaction, breathing, speech and memory, aligned with permanency in the latter. With regards to witnessing an artwork in a museum, limited research indicates that the ephemerality of solely gazing at the artwork results in greater remembrance compared to the resulting memory from taking a photograph.
this is a sunday site by elliott