I lived in a cave in Brooklyn. Not a rock studded shelter, per se, but a small, dark box that a family of bears could have comfortably hunkered down in for the winter. Come spring, they’d burst out of there ready to explore the world. That’s how I feel right now. And with the view from my new apartment on the 13th floor of a building on 16th and Locust, I don’t… Read More
In response to today’s awesome #FriFotos Twitter theme of #chill, here are some of the chilliest photos from my travels in Alaska, Colorado, Maine, and right here in NYC. Stay warm!
“…when you realize that your reason for taking the journey and the reason for the journey are not the same.”
It was like watching the flickering flame of a camp fire. Every second brought something new, interesting and unexpected. It drew me in, and entertained me in the simplest way. Time passed unchecked. The ever-changing art show took place beside a dock in Skidegate on Haida Gwaii, British Columbia–an industrial ferry dock in fact. The reds and blacks are from a painted wooden railing that ran the length of the dock. It is a strangely appropriate palate, as Haida artwork… Read More