Tag: Dying

  • What You Look For

    W hen I awoke, I was feeling confused. Something was missing. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.The feeling passed. I let it go. It came back when I started working. I still couldn’t place it. I played some music. Music is magic. I takes me to other places. It inspires me. It centers […]

  • Common Thread

    All you need to know is in the headline. I had an interesting day. It occurred to me just how common the threads that bind us together really are. We all seem to forget that. There has been an ongoing and emotional discussion in one of the photographers groups to which I belong. In many […]

  • Flying Sorcery

    Things change. Life changes. Seasons change, but they are cyclical. For sure, there are four seasons. Our winter usually isn’t very cold. Our summers are unbearably hot. The transition seasons, spring and fall, do what they are supposed to do. They just come earlier and later than most places. Once you understand that, things get […]

  • So It Comes

    Finally. Autumn looks like it is suppose to look. Leaves falling. Bushes turning. Flowers dying. After months of complaining about the heat, cool and cold weather finally arrived. How cool? How cold? The last cold front brought us into the 40s and highs in the 50s. We will warm up a little into the high […]

  • All of the Colors

    More cold. The few blooming flowers are no more. They don’t like the cold temperatures. They pass into another world. The world of compost. The world of endings. This happens before their seeds are passed from flower to flower. There are no flying insects to do that job. They do another job. They catch my […]

  • To Everything There is a Season

    To everything there is a season. A Biblical passage. A song that Bob Dylan wrote. A song that The Byrds made famous. Right now, I just call the season fall. Autumn. It’s my favorite time of year to work away from an urban environment, which in this case, just means working in a park. I […]