Monthly Archives: October 2015

Scotland – Child Harbat and Her Animals

Scotland - CH and white ponies

This girl loves her animals.  All throughout Scotland she found creatures, wild and domesticated, that she wanted to befriend.  No fear of slugs or caterpillars has she, but an unreasonable one of bees and a reasonable one of horses and

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Wild Harris, Distant Lewis

Scotland - Callanish 2

Of all the places I visited in Scotland, the Outer Hebridean islands of Harris and Lewis may have been my favorite.  Adrift in the North Atlantic, these two isles are wild and remote like nothing you’ve experienced.  Mountains and boulders

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Scotland – Details

Scotland - bumblebee and purple flower

Grand vistas can introduce you to a place but details tell the story.  The more I travel the more I take pictures of small things, textures, colors, the things that make up a place.  Here then, a few of my

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Scotland – The First of Many

CH in Skye 1

For the past two weeks I’ve been in Scotland with my mother and daughter, a three-generation journey to reconnect with our roots and each other.  Instead of a chronological travelogue I’d like to offer up snippits, collections of photos and

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I had a dream last night, clear as life and fully remembered.  I was creating a new modern art piece for a museum, and it was focused on the snippets of conversation that float through public spaces.  Here’s how it

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