Last Message (On The Old Blog)

Last Message (On The Old Blog)

It occurred to me that this post will be the last post on the Old Blog (the new one will appear seamlessly and the old stuff will still stay around a bit). Not that I’m the sentimental type… but I figured it would be good to leave yawl with something I...
Parking Space

Parking Space

Bet this building was advertised ‘with great parking space’ as one of the features. There is an interesting dimension to river cities – textures and spaces that add layers. In the streets, you see the usual cars, sidewalks, trees, parks and building...
Canvas Of The Sky

Canvas Of The Sky

Like clouds our lives parade across a sky A vibrant range of functions and forms Fed by water Feeding water in turn In the depths of night and sunlight’s burn Anchored only to the winds While kissing the earth for as long as we might Who knows how many shapes we...
Wildflowers Watching The Sea

Wildflowers Watching The Sea

Wide open spaces… what a place to grow wild. The wildflowers – themselves an intricate attraction – have the best view in the house. It is here that I gain perspective about the size of my triumphs and my troubles, the actual importance of those...
Bank Of Friends

Bank Of Friends

A couple of kids on the banks of a river, chatting away and relaxing in the sun. A lot of folks have memories of being in a large circle of friends… guys or gals that ‘grew up together’ or ‘hung around’ each other. I was a member of...
The Flow And The Rays

The Flow And The Rays

The tides swallow the streams, the solid land disappears beneath the water – but the sun connects it all. Spotted within this setup of constant change, tiny beings who themselves last for far less time than the soil or the waters or the rocks, yet oddly, believe...