and thank you for stopping by, taking an interest in my blog. I am the 'relentless hunter and gatherer of soothing beauty, great and small'
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Today I found Debbie Millman, through Creative Review’s newsletter.
I worked on something I did earlier. Last summer I spent time in the dark room, printing old negatives. It’s an image of a little souvenir I treasured but lost. the music here
Staring at the fabulous marble pattern for maybe just a moment too long, I started to see the face of Freddy Mercury… …which reminded me of… the wonderful rare recording that was handed to me on a special playlist, … Continue reading
Let’s not forget about the Huli people. A quick search on Google tells me they have been discovered by now. The odd tribe in Papua New Guinee where the ultimate goal in style for men is to wear wigs, and … Continue reading
My thoughts on Ed Vere’s children’s book Basics on Love and Friendship here.
I love my home. Often before I go to sleep I think of how fortunate I am having this home. And yes I still feel it came to be in a wondrous way. My thoughts here.
Today was the longest day, completely in sync with my work schedule. Summer solstice explained, and why it matters. here
The Header. The project is now called Reflector Kids Gallery. It has given it direction. Reflector.com was already taken: A small newspaper from a small American town. While checking for names, I also came across this one. It … Continue reading