The Sunlight on the Garden is a 24-line poem by Louis MacNeice written in late 1936. It explores themes of time and loss, along with anxiety about the darkening political situation in Europe following the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. It is one of the best known and most anthologized of MacNeice's short poems. George Macbeth describes it as "one of MacNeice's saddest and most beautiful lyrics".
|Date||18 January 2015|
|Lens||SLR Magic 25mm f0.95|
|Sound||Music by Shane Carruth, Voiceover by Tom O'Bedlam|
|Edit||Adobe Premiere, Magic Bullet Mojo, Filmconvert|