A Place to Hide

A Place to Hide

This little acorn is an avid hide and seek player, assured she is completely invisible yet geared up to screech in delight when my hands loom inches away from her anticipating the squeeze. This kind of purity and transparency is … Continue reading

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

In Suzanne Simard’s discoveries, she witnessed trees sharing “information that actually is important to the health of the whole forest.” In addition to warning each other of danger, Simard says that trees have been known to share nutrients at critical … Continue reading

Energies Matter.

Energies Matter.

The onethat gasps in delight at your sight.the onethat makes you gasp in delight while in your sightyou know the one,whether you feel it in your dreams makes no differenceeven when you reach the altar of the darkened starif you … Continue reading

Between the Bricks

Between the Bricks

…a more beautiful world. Flowers, yes always a good idea. These letters meant to read vertically make great use of space, it’s simple and effective and who isn’t delighted with a whiff of a floreated centerpiece to behold. I’m intrigued … Continue reading

Magic Question

Under our bare feet, the crunch of newly fallen leaves.In our hearts, song bursting with delight.In clear view, beauty and magic. “Every single second I get to chooseThe story I’m tellingThe words that I useI follow what feels goodThat raises … Continue reading

Crossing the Threshold

Crossing the Threshold

I see things glow. It’s happening now. Learn from Indian and African peoples…despite the attempts of dehumanization and extermination…never stop singing, dancing, lighting fires and rejoicing around the glow. Resist through delight and nature will never let you down for … Continue reading

The Soul’s High Adventure

The Soul’s High Adventure

Friendship and devotion conquer all in this charming camp as children of all shapes, shades and ages converge with one goal in mind: as much fun as possible under the prime sunlit summer skies. Other objectives: strive to spend time … Continue reading

Nature’s Delight

Nature’s Delight

I’ve been shooting more nature photos lately, a premonition perhaps but not a strategy of any sorts. In fact, none of these squares have a strategy they simply reflect my thoughts at the moment. It’s not at all that nature … Continue reading

Forget Not

Forget Not

“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and winds long to play with your hair.” –Kahli Gibran

“I feel sorry for you,”

middle bear blurted as he headed for a relaxing bath. It was a long evening, as every hump day unfurled for us and this particular one I had to tote along middle and baby bear with me to older bear’s … Continue reading