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The wing drying bird, the snake bird, the water bird. It wasn’t until I posted a photo of one of these beautiful birds on Facebook that I learned they had another name. Turns out they’re quite an ancient, abundant, and protected. And they’re super fun to watch.
The Weekly Photo Challenge got me thinking about letters this week. Since I am between big, huge, awesome, amazing trips – until I win a Linblad National Geographic expedition on Jeopardy – I am going to issue myself a challenge for this blog, For the next 26 weeks I will be posting photos daily based on letters of … More A is for Ashram
London, England We managed to find a Starbucks right around the corner from our hotel. Not the most British way to start our day but it felt very grounding to sit in a familiar place with a solid, predictable, delicious cup of coffee and journal about our experiences so far and first impressions of this … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters part 2
From a bus somewhere in India. To sit on a plane, or two, for about twenty hours, losing all track of time, all the feeling in my feet and most of what’s left in my mind, then get spat out onto the tarmac of an airport halfway around the globe is both familiar and foreign. … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters
Rajagiri, Tamil Nadu, India There are some places you visit that appear monochromatic, even boring on the surface. This is especially true if you’ve just come from a city alive with color. I stopped at this piece of ancient history as I was traveling from Tiruvannamalai to Pondicherry. Tiruvannamalai is a destination for many spiritual … More Pretty as a Painting
London, England It’s been almost two months since I’ve returned from India. For three full days before India I was in London. I had nearly forgotten. I loved it. It was chilly and one day quite rainy, but the energy was electric, in a perfectly appropriate British way, and they had a Starbucks right around … More Shiny things