Winter and summer have passed and still I have not written. I have not created. Bits and pieces of lyrics, a scant few notes of tune fly in and out … Continue reading
There is snow on the ground here now, a soft, feather-light cloud, embracing every surface as it arrives, gently impelling frail vegetation to lie down under white eiderdown. Just a while … Continue reading
Only when it rains can I walk silently through the cluttered rooms of the forest. The moss has taken up the drink and swelled to a soft and pliant carpet … Continue reading
A selection of photographs from an unusually lingering fall in the forests around my home.
First of all, do not expect to pick enough for multiple quarts of jam in an afternoon. The blueberries that grow in the boreal forest are tiny, very tiny compared … Continue reading
If you received an email for the previous post “How to Begin to Become a Great Photographer – My Way” and found it was password protected, I apologize. It isn’t … Continue reading
Click play on the audio player below to hear me read this to you (With grateful recognition to the gifted Julian Hoffman for the idea and assistance) Fly to Bhuntar … Continue reading