“Letter 172 – As I Lay dreaming Montezuma walked with me to the mouth of the Layou River. I looked out at the sea and said someone once told me that the waves are saying this: ‘What are your dreams? What are your dreams? What are your dreams?’ ‘That may be true,’ Montezuma replied, ‘but … Continue reading Remember Your Dreams
Happy Spring, Everyone! Hopping in to say a lot is going on behind the scenes, most especially with “Losing Time” – and next month I’ll have much to share. In the meantime, here’s a beautiful Spring song and video from TITANIA’s composer Priscilla Hernandez (who will appear in a joint interview with me next month): … Continue reading Happy Spring!
“Listening”, self-portrait, 2017. Created for the Lens Culture Portrait Awards competition. This idea has been resting in my head for a while. I did take the shot through a mirror, rather than insert myself later. Will largely let it speak for itself except to say that there are times when I need to find the … Continue reading Listening
“There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy, and its charm.” – President Theodore Roosevelt Just about every year growing up we made a trip to the Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg, TN. I have many fond memories from there, including more recent ones … Continue reading The Great Smoky Mountains
If there was one fictional character I’d like to catch a glimpse of in the current world, it would be Yvaine from Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust”. She is a star fallen to Earth and the way she observes our society (and that of Faerie) is refreshing – she speaks her mind, questions what she deems nonsense, … Continue reading Yvaine Photo Story – inspired by Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust”