Slow and meditative. Not for ADDs or RLSs. NOTE: Visual art is meant to be viewed LARGE, never on a small device. Google police know when you been bad! 🙂 … Continue reading Far From the Maddening Crowd
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For those who during these stay-at-home times might like to tag along vicariously, here’s my latest travel video. (2:14) NOTE: Visual art is always meant to be seen LARGE, … Continue reading Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
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“Oh, what a life I lead!” She died alone. For weeks her body lay unclaimed in the local morgue. A zip-tied toe tag the only companion of a once zestful … Continue reading Woman in the Morgue
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Lots of kids have prettied up lots of rocks to make Tzuri happy! You can hide ’em, but we’ll find ’em. St. Pete Rocks 🙂 🙂 🙂
This is our quiet spot every morning. Great way to start the day. Sailor take warning!
It is not unusual to see warnings about rattlesnakes and scorpions in the West/Southwest. Disconcerting, yes – especially when walking your dog in a rest stop – but common enough. … Continue reading Travel Alert!
5 ‘faves’ on one of my Flickr photos is about average. Warms the heart & sparks motivation. But 157 faves on the above image in three days and growing by … Continue reading Gone Viral
[Before she died in 2018, Expressionist painter & writer Barbara Sparhawk encouraged me to edit-for-publication our nearly 750,000-word correspondence. On her web site, The Hawks Perch, I have been posting … Continue reading The Pig Who Loved Plums
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Here is a quick video overview of my recent cross-country road trip. 🙂 🙂 🙂