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Yannis Ritsos/translated by Manolis Aligizakis


Δεξιά, καθώς ανεβαίναμε την κυκλική ξύλινη σκάλα,

ήταν μια θολωτή εσοχή, όπου άλλοτε κάποιο άγαλμα στεκόταν,

ίσως να `ναι και τώρα, το μέρος δε φωτίζεται καλά τη μέρα,


Valérie-Micaela Bain: Portrait d’une fonceuse

Photo: Ambre Sachet

“Les nouvelles, c’est comme un hôpital, ça ne ferme jamais.”

Elle est la voix des images posées sur la remise en liberté de Guy Turcotte, les funérailles de René Angélil et les manifestations étudiantes de 2012. 629 more words


Meanwhile, In Los Feliz ...

A man / woman can not be comfortable without his own approval

-Mark Twain

Continuing on my #selflove journey for the month of LOVE, I decided to take an early morning walk in Los Feliz.

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A recess in the wall of a room. French “alcove”=niche above a bed in a bedroom < Arabic “al-qubba”=the vault.



As long as I can remember I’ve wanted to have a library in my home. I’ve seen some amazing ideas for storing books – from… 118 more words


A Hidden Geologic Gem: Ashdown Gorge

Not far from the increasingly overrun splendors of Bryce and Zion is a canyon frequently overlooked when discussing the many attractions of Southern Utah. The stunning Ashdown Gorge lies just a few miles from Cedar City off of Highway 14, yet I’ve seen a grand total of three other people on a pair of weekend hikes up the gorge this summer & fall. 751 more words