Daily Archives: June 18, 2013

Buried sustenance

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
In the midst of jaw-dropping awe, when voice escapes you, just know that it’s ok to leave your tongue tucked away under the same stone or rotten snag where you found an entire ant…

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Spin recycle

All life spins, immersed in white sky and earthen glaze, cleansing complements of Nature’s dynamic displays.

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Spoonful

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Shape poem of a spoon By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2010

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Lose yourself in Nature

Stop time and let your mind wander into the wetland. Nature embodies home where your heart beats and hat stands complete.

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Soulmates

We had two wonderful photographers, Tyler Knott Gregson and Sarah Linden, take amazing photos of our wedding in Helena, Montana. Even their company name, Treehouse Photography, totally fit the spirit of our wedding (click on the link below to view … Continue reading

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One true love

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Let Nature shine deep within and air out all the smiling colors of your soul. Carry a heart which lives by one true love for this whole world.

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Married to the earth and each other

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
My wife and I were married in Montana during the summer of 2011. We had a very Nature-inspired ceremony complete with an organic arch: bridging branches between a willow and ash tree bound by…

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White as a sheet

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