The Mandela Effect

I awoke a bit frazzled when not only the sway of the leaves on the trees picked up some but the air temperature dropped over twenty degrees. Did I sleep through summer before it even arrived? It’s still a portrait … Continue reading

Deep Dive

Deep Dive

What is good and what is bad has been established long ago, yet the pendulum isn’t so easily distinguishable. But if you can remember that a magical amulet is what you are, what you’ll always be perhaps the measuring device … Continue reading

For Me Your Mother

For Me Your Mother

On sunbaked pavement, bare feet.Reverberating from my presence, my last bit of oomph.Surrounding me, a fullness of everything but empty vacuum space.From beneath my feet, a tenderness born from molten milk of your magma.Reigning down upon me, a symphony of … Continue reading

Something Deep

Something Deep

Don’t be afraid, there is nothing. You are always and forever the deepness. Even while the world is on fire, these waters embody their stillness. They are what you might call waters flowing to the rhythms of their deep and … Continue reading

Don’t Speak of Infallibility

Don’t Speak of Infallibility

Can music spur change? It most certainly charges our emotions, for me “One Tree Hill” is by far the most emotionally charged song by U2. Perhaps it’s why it’s my most prized from the moment Bono’s vocals penetrated my heart…with … Continue reading

A Mysterious Place to Be

A Mysterious Place to Be

Went away for some quiet and to fall into some good company on the fringes of this planet. Red tide prevented me from a picture-perfect experience…but I managed to immerse myself with shoreline strolls as observantly and curiously as possible. … Continue reading

Depths of the Ocean

Depths of the Ocean

Around here winter dreams in baby blues and stretches of snow-white on rolling hills, in particular this year. I have a notable number of photos to show for it. I’ll spare you another one, at least in this square and … Continue reading

Where Rock Meets the Ocean

The tavern dining experience is not particular popular around here…even in the simplest of beach towns you don’t find wobbly paper-blanketed tables with woven chairs anywhere near where the rock meets the ocean. A rustic local place where one enjoys … Continue reading