Linda: Each season has its own beauty. Many appreciate spring's beauty, but fewer autumn's charm.
Ron: If you look closely enough, there's beauty even in death and decay. Most of us have a far too one-sided view of beauty.
Lis: That's not suprising since beauty itself is often marketed as a commerical commodity. Advertisers try to tell you exactly beauty means, insinuating anything different is less than beautiful.
Lex: There's something curiously mathematical about beauty. Whenever symmetry and order combine with complexity, beauty is a natural consequence.
Lex: Ironically, the obsession with beauty is sort of ugly. Those who overly worry about outward beauty are like cadavears. Too much self-consciousness is never beautiful: real beauty has an innocence that can't be faked.
Ron: Hmm. I question whether anything on this planet can be called 'innocent'.

Autumn Shades / Automne Ombrage / Otoño Sombrea / Herbst schattiert / Aki no Meian - an art work by T Newfields