Posted on April 10, 2018
for warmer days
Sometimes what we learn and who we become in the process of waiting is even more important than what we’re waiting for.
Posted on March 27, 2018
“The most valuable thing we can do for the psyche, occasionally, is to let it rest, wander, live in the changing light of room, not try to be or do anything whatever.”
~ May Sarton
Posted on March 15, 2018
we were in between nor’easters. feeling restless, we packed our toothbrushes, hopped in the car and drove to Maine. with no particular destination in mind, we ended up in Portland for the night. we walked all over the city, people watching, testing out some local culinary goodness, just enjoying being by the sea. there is a sense of randomness and freedom in taking little trips like this..and somehow it got me to thinking about my work. I want that sense of freedom and randomness here too. I don’t want my work to be measured in number of “likes”. I’ve been thinking about this for a long time now and I’m finally disabling the “like” and “comment” buttons. It’s so wonderful if you enjoy visiting here and even more wonderful that no one should feel the pressure to always comment or press that little like button. so from now on, this will be a pressure free site.
should you have a question or concern, you may always email me, my address is on my home page.
I’m doing my work, then stepping back..
Fill your bowl to the brim and it will spill.
Keep sharpening your knife and it will blunt.
Chase after money and security and your heart will never unclench.
Care about people’s approval and you will be their prisoner.
Do your work, then step back.
The only path to serenity.
Posted on January 31, 2018
feels good to be back
a special Winter Edition of Rural Magazine is now available and the best news is, it’s also available in print.
Copies are available for purchase here: http://www.blurb.ca/b/8512739-rural-winter-love
Posted on October 3, 2017
“I walked in the freshly turned land and could sense my small scale relative to the land’s vastness, and tried to make a photograph from that gut feeling. I ask myself, and have for many years now, ‘can I photograph from the gut with the eye being less of a primary force?’
~ joel meyerowitz
I’ve been asking that same question.