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Into South America

“The pilgrim is a poetic traveler, one who believes that there is poetry on the road, at the heart of everything.” ~Phil Cousineau, The Art of Pilgrimage… 206 more words

Let's be Travelers

And so somewhere in between deciding things weren’t working, wrangling with the format and the template, thinking if those things shifted, how the words would make themselves more audible, move their way out towards the eyes and up to the ears of those for whom they were meant, I was brainstorming. 415 more words

Humanly Ambitions


I then started Fine art and was given the brief… traces and we could go in any direction with this theme. I explored different ideas of rubbings, painting over things, line drawings and re arranging images. 238 more words


Photographing Strangers

Pushing the boundaries of a meager “hello,” I recently completed a project asking passersby if I may take their photograph. Despite plentiful rejections, the responses left an impact as great as the final prints, and the experience was indulging. 365 more words

How Do You React to Darkness?

Stand outside In your backyard on a night of a new moon.  Preferably a cloudy night too, No stars, pitch black, dark

If artificial light disturbs the darkness go to your basement.   45 more words


As Time Draws to an End

We have 2 sleeps left until we climb on our flight to England and as times draws closer to the end, I think to myself of what got me to this point and our next step.   381 more words

Our New Chapter Begins


Returning, my hand still on the door that I never lock, I immediately had a curious and absurd feeling, as if that was not my house. 214 more words