The hills are unaware that we are watching them, he says. The trees. The insects. This is what is marvellous.
No one is watching us, he says. Nothing sees us.
But at other times, it frightens him, this ‘no one is watching us’. It’s as though not-watching itself is watching; as though the sky, which sees nothing, sees everything in that seeing-nothing.
We can have no secrets from the sky, he says. We are read by the sky.
— Lars Iyer, Wittgenstein Jr.