Daily Archives: June 19, 2013

Uncharted territory

Nature doesn’t  purposefully plan its paths or pick the road not taken;  only poets perceive structure and definition. As much as our free will has granted us the capacity to learn and choose actions and words, we have a ways to … Continue reading

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Consciousness eclipsed

A brief rift between dream states of shadowy shape-shifts, a mental lapse eclipsed  by both sun and moon, so weightless, we shed our own self-awareness.

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Cloudy water

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Let me take you back to my first taste of clouds in Corvallis…quite a way to start my tropospheric journey! Honestly, the sky is not the limit, it’s boundless space open to air’s nuances, the sublime celestial springboard for a … Continue reading

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Popcorn clouds

As summer sun warms the sky, giant clouds pop forth, treating my eyes.

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Nature LIVE 24/7

Nothing remotely controls Nature, it’s not a TV station, there’s no switch on the sun or mid-bloom pause button, it’s always LIVE 24/7, no spoilers or reruns, just plain old healthy fun, one natural high after another, the only escape … Continue reading

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Nature awakens

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Sun-dialed stop

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Burgundy bottomed birdbath casting a sundial stop sign shadow

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Welcome to my corner of the world!

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