Weekly Photo Challenge: SYMBOL

This week’s photo challenge: “This week, share a symbol with us, and tell us what it means to you.” * In the Fall of 2013, I had a very strange, very vivid dream involving a big white wolf on a rock ledge…and then a distinctly related, second wolf dream the following March. I’m not extraordinarily […]

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Yes, I Dream in Color

Case in point: An incredibly vivid dream I had about a month ago. It’s strange to me that some people don’t dream in color. I always dream in color – but then again, I’m also one of those synesthetic people. Color permeates how I experience the world in a very real way…so I suppose it […]

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Photography and Presence

…[My] photographs aren’t always iconic, or even good in an aesthetic sense. But the making of them helps me see more clearly the thinner slivers of my life: that makes even the worst of them good in some way. Perhaps for no one else, but for me.Β  And if that can make me more alive, […]

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Dust in the Wind

Yesterday’s blogging prompt from WordPress was titled, “Dust in the Wind.” Here’s the prompt itself: “Have you made your bucket list? Now’s the time – write about the things you want to do and see before you become dust in the wind.” * I don’t have a bucket list. I’ve tried to make them for […]

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The White Wolf, Revisited

I had one of the strangest dreams of my life last October. Not strange as in bizarre or disturbing. It was more that it was just unlike any dream I’d ever had before, or since. And it seemed meaningful in a way I’ve never experienced before. That’s the particularly memorable thing about it – this […]

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