Category Archive: Nature

Goin’ on a Mexican Safari

Goin’ on a Mexican Safari

Hello, faithful readers… and welcome to the final hours before winter vacation. You see, I am packing up and shipping out to warmer regions far-flung—a …

 

Reflective Perspective

Reflective Perspective

It’s been a whirlwind three weeks of work, travel, and cold weather1. And the impending Christmas crazies are exploding all over. It seems that every …

 

Fiddler on the Roof

Fiddler on the Roof

Two twin cats: Franky and Sid Vicious. This is Frank… he’s the troublemaker (don’t let those innocent eyes fool you). And since we live on …

 

Garden of Zen

Garden of Zen

This morning, I listened to an NPR interview with Karen Armstrong about her new book “The Case for God”. The discussion surrounded the current state …

 

Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow of a Doubt

Figured I would expand on yesterday’s post with another shot from the garden. The day was frigid-cold, and the wind was bustling and icy. Ill prepared …

 

Please Do Not Touch.

Please Do Not Touch.

This sign sits outdoors in the middle of Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park, amidst massive public works of raw, rusty metal. These are gravity defying beasts …

 

The grass is greener…

The grass is greener…

Spent the weekend chilling out and doing a tremendous amount of nothing. Within that nothing: got a chance to see a life-sized, historic, camera obscura; …

 

George

George

Figured I would keep with a theme here and stick to “graffiti friday” …so here is a great little piece I snapped up on Cathedral …

 

Deerest Antique

Deerest Antique

As their website helpfully notes… “the Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Faire is Northern California’s largest antiques and collectibles show.” With more than 800 booths …