The Universe is the Limit

As part of this agenda to make the world discordant, may I suggest getting out there, preferably with bare feet. But if you prefer to be with soft soles so be it but remember to jump higher…the universe is the … Continue reading

The Angler

The Angler

It’s refreshing to see a fisherman in his element especially in the mist of ill-advised and division-inducing rhetoric. This angler isn’t alone. He is accompanied by a fellow angler with a fair number of accoutrements to linger on these rocks … 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

Homework Hour

Homework Hour

Winding down and reverting to the continuum while one of us buckles down to minutia on paper. Out here is where it matters. Out here there is true abundance. Out here is to be venerated. Out here the gentle breeze … Continue reading

Catch Me If You Can

Catch Me If You Can

The guy on the left looks determined. The guy on the right looks confident, maybe even a bit bored. Either way kudos to them both. I couldn’t do this now that’s for sure. I never cared for it back then, … Continue reading

Opening Day

Opening Day

I got this face when the forlorn announcement was harkened. After some time of watching the annual pool opening procedures, high hopes turned to tears when the forecast for our days of swimming won’t start for another five days. I … Continue reading

Watering Hole

Watering Hole

We’ll be hanging out here, or wherever there is water until my real life begins. After downloading a few photos, I have noticed a water theme…must be something about it I should investigate. Baby bear can’t get enough of dipping … Continue reading

Riders on the Storm

Riders on the Storm

The best April Fools trick by far for the day…thank you DARPA for making my kiddos day. My suggestions for them to get out there was always “it’s too cold.” 70 degrees of two consecutive days, 30 degrees the following…it’s … Continue reading

Supercharging

To my great joy we are finally able to lay on pavers, warmed-from-the-sun. Nobody knows how long it will last. I figure, we have a few more rounds through the darkness to the dawn. We’ve set out so long ago, … Continue reading

This Child

This Child

Can you even? If anyone else was out this afternoon they would have absorbed her sun-lit soul and maybe the heaviness from their shoulders would have lifted with her sprightly energy. Our daily exercise of grounding, feeling and simply being … Continue reading