Charles E. Burchfield, Journals, July 30, 1947
Thursday, July 30, 2020
A warm moist day—mostly sunny.
Day spent dawdling. In studio with B looking over some pictures & discussing plans for an exhibition. Letters to Roger Stevens (Pine Creek Lodge) and golden. Evening read a condensation of “In Hazard” in the Reader’s Digest. A fine story with vivid descriptions of the sea and storm.
Afterwards when I went outdoors to relieve my eyes, I was alarmed to discover that all lights, including the moon had a secondary image directly below it, overlapping on the time image.
Charles E. Burchfield, July 30, 1947