A poem for tonight – longing for light, flow, cycles of life
Wilderness and Nature

A poem for tonight – longing for light, flow, cycles of life

Riverbed Through the salt mouth of the river They come past the dangling mesh of gillnets And the purse-mouthed seines, past the fisherman’s last strands By quarter-light where the beheaded herring Spiral against the tide, seeing the shadowy others Hold still, then slash, then rise to the surface, racked And disappearing—now deepening slowly In the … Continue reading

Pause. Photographs Capture Time, Light, a Moment
Wilderness and Nature

Pause. Photographs Capture Time, Light, a Moment

My favorite description of contemplation is a “long, loving look at the real.” I heard this first from William McNamara, OCD, a teacher who inspired me to live with intention, purpose, vigor, and passion. National Geographic posted a photograph tip on Facebook tonight: Photo Tip: Adventure photography leads to lots of thrilling images. But remember … Continue reading