Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:
There in a little space we have some of the elements that are woven together to compose this vast tapestry. We have beauty of scene; a pictorial stillness; and something floating towards us, not violently but slowly and gently in time to the sweet warbling of the shepherds' voices. Now and again this crystallises into a phrase that lingers and haunts the ear - "and a waste of fire in the midst of the waters'
connected with pictures;
to make thoughts, beliefs, etc. clear and fixed;