Tag Archives: sky

Color vortex

During my last year of college at the University of Montana in 2006, I took this picture out my apartment window.  This sundown reminds me of a giant vortex sucking up all the light from the day and leaving reminents … Continue reading

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Slicing contrail, bleeding blue sky

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Progress flies

I have a facination with planes that fly overhead. To me, airplanes represent how progress flies; progress being a term used for advancement and flying referring to crashing because the nose of the plane is angled towards earth in the … Continue reading

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Found and fleeting moment

I often look to the sky for answers written from clouds on the ground. This day I saw one, emblazoned in gold, the fleeting wings of a bird, caught like a message waiting to be found. photograph and poem from … Continue reading

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