It started early. Like 10 minutes away from our front door early. “Which way are you going?” Him. “The way I always go.” Me. “Are you sure?” “Yes. This is how we just went to Micanopy. This is how I always go to the ashram. Same way.” “No, I think we went 426.” “No, we … More Day One: Off the Beaten Path Small Town Back Road Trip
It has been such a pleasure to meander through the hallways of WordPress. Each doorway opens into a new and fascinating experience. When I first started blogging it felt very vulnerable yet boastful. Who am I to post my photos? Who wants to read what I have to say? It all seemed very self-important. Then … More I’d Like to Thank…
A guard at the palace in Udaipur, India takes a break. With a choice of so many windows, I wonder why he chose that one. More windows by others here.
There’s just something so reassuring about an old building. Layers of paint doing their best to preserve the vulnerable wood beneath, that despite it’s best effort, succumbs to the heat and rain and humidity so abundant in Florida. There’s a story in the paint, the disrepair, of life gone by. The styles and priorities of those … More Monochrome Monday
On a corner tucked away on a non-descript, unlandscaped, unspecial building in Delhi hangs a poster of Gandhi – not far from the Rajghat where he is memorialized. To me, no one speaks for the advancement of humanity better than Gandhi. More photos by others on the topic of Humanity.
So Livid, I have found out, not only describe extreme anger, but all the soothing, non-angry color of grey-blue. Lovely gray Buddha statue at the Amrit Yoga Institute. Find more Livid photos here.
Ft. Christmas, FL. Old authentic wagon wheel well preserved. More wheels from others here.
Fort Christmas, Florida. While I may not want to touch this rusty chain, this pink dragonfly has no such worries. More rust photos by others here.