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The other hand

It was not that we were lost
as much as we were apart

Even in that time, when you
were nearer to me

I knew you were not the one… 46 more words


This PDF book is a digest of a two weeks trip to California I took in 2016.

I was told that these photographs look like they’ve been taken by a bum with a disposable camera – probably the best thing that I ever heard about my images. 20 more words


Climbing Rest Days in Red Rocks

When I go on climbing trips, I want to climb all day every day but it’s important to rest as well. Luckily, during our recent trip to Red Rocks, we found a few non-Strip things (recognize the value of it but it’s just not my scene) to fill our rest days: 291 more words


The Dark Beauty of the Amargosa Opera House: Part 2

Last time, I wrote about and shared photos of the Amargosa Hotel, the secret miner’s area (complete with eerie infirmary), and a bit of the exterior.  100 more words

Blume Bauer


On the dusty desert highways
granting safe if empty passage
thoughts arose of all of those
to whom I have done damage

What’s the use in this obtuse… 43 more words

A hike in Death Valley!

Humans, civilizations or even traces of water is in the farthest of radius, once you are in the barren land of Death Valley.

Back in 1850s, a group of pioneers named it Death Valley after being lost and found in this alien planet, which they thought would be their grave. 779 more words