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The Overgrown Gate

“The world is all gates, all opportunities, strings of tension waiting to be struck.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson


Pershing Park

Right in front of the Commerce building is an overgrown, empty plaza that I usually pass by without much thought. There is no good line of sight from the sidewalk into the park, so it’s easy to not notice when walking by. 257 more words

City Life

(Not so) Forgotten Spaces…

The first of London’s great green spaces to lose yourself in: Hampstead Heath.

While most people know this huge expanse of green park-age for its famed view of city proper off of Parliament Hill (a spot worth the small climb on a good day), the first time I had heard of the area was planning all those summers back (about 3 now) when researching the English poet, John Keats. 518 more words


Redcastle Ruin!

I decided to take an impromptu wander into the wilderness last week (with the camera obviously) and i’m really glad that I did.

Redcastle is a little village close to Muir of Ord on the Black Isle, in the Scottish Highlands. 356 more words


Oh I’m so tired. Dreamed of a dog that was sent to space and forgotten about – a few times. His paws melted in a descent and he landed in the ocean. 132 more words