What The Road Passes By

What The Road Passes By

May 2020 “Looking is a casual visual encounter, seeing is the very beginning of a beautiful experiential relationship.” Abner Prior I’ve always loved the phrase: “what the road passes by”, as its such an apt, if not poetic description of the continuum of our unfolding...
The Eagles’ Gift

The Eagles’ Gift

May 2020 “Only that day dawns to which we are awake.” – Henry David Thoreau Winter Sunrise in Owens Valley, Lone Pine, California Is it so, that we sleepwalk through our lives? Does routine become our habit, habit become our state of consciousness, confirmed and...
The Tapestry of Success and Failure

The Tapestry of Success and Failure

April 2020 “To laugh is to risk appearing a fool, to weep is to risk appearing sentimental. To reach out to another is to risk involvement, to expose feelings is to risk exposing your true self. To place your ideas and dreams before a crowd is to risk their loss. To...
A Movement Through Time and Space

A Movement Through Time and Space

April 2020 Unlike my earlier days as a photographer, this current iteration isn’t one inclined to get up to shoot a sunrise. I will leave that to the younger of our species. Sunsets are now my eternal lover, as her embracing light is warm, inviting, and often awakens...