Monthly Archives: May 2012

Cold winds and moonlight

It’s the starkness, the windswept landscape, tangled black manzanitas with gnarled twisted fingers that point up to the dark sky that take your breath away.  The flicker of light from the campfire illuminates a tiny ring compared to the vastness of the … Continue reading

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Tiny Cities

The light that comes from under the door, flooding the linoleum, teases shadows as to what is going on the other side.  All manner of mystery, intrigue and imagination can be given over to it, ‘Did you hear a voice’, … Continue reading

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Insect bites

Bird, 1951, by Alexander Calder The incremental changes that occur on a daily basis are never really seen nor acknowledged, except in hindsight. They describe the place in terms of it being Mayberry (the fictional town for the 50’s show … Continue reading

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