getting lost

“For me, childhood roaming was what developed self-reliance, a sense of direction and adventure, imagination, a will to explore, to be able to get a little lost and then figure out the way back.” — Rebecca Solnit (A Field Guide to Getting Lost) I have been thinking so much lately about …

Delphian meanderings

A Dream Within a Dream by Edgar Allan Poe Take this kiss upon the brow! And, in parting from you now, Thus much let me avow: You are not wrong who deem That my days have been a dream; Yet if hope has flown away In a night, or in …

.the ocean delights to set us free

From the series ‘Rite of Water’ When we step into the water, it is a feeling like no other. It is smooth and cool. In order for us to thrive in such an unusual environment, we must allow ourselves to be vulnerable. I spent the better part of my life …

.the quiet eye

  I had a pretty big year-at least for me. It was a nice gradual process and most of the time I felt as if I was holding my busy-ness at arm’s length so as to not get overwhelmed. I have discovered that I work better at a slower pace, …

. grey area | convert your images to b&w

When I was first studying photography in the ’80s, I only shot B&W film. There were so many benefits that I didn’t realize at the time. One was that it was cost effective. I only had to pay for the rolls of film and I processed everything by hand. [All …