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Effortless Growth

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Effortless Growth

by Eric Alan
April 24, 2016

Daisies don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. When that thought arises in my evening meadow meditation, it seems at once silly and profound. Of course it’s silly: the daisies won’t even bloom for a month or two. Why am I thinking about... Read more

Seeing in Potential

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Seeing in Potential

by Lauri Gwilt
April 16, 2016

It never, EVER stops. No matter where I am, no matter what I’m doing, no matter who I’m with, I see potential photographs everywhere. Even if I don’t have a camera in my hand I snap pictures of light dancing on landscapes and people with m... Read more

Stripping Down To Essence

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Stripping Down To Essence

by Lynette Sheppard
April 10, 2016

There have been days when I felt like a wilted flower; slightly bedraggled and frayed at the edges. In my younger days, the usual reasons caused this: head cold, overwork, stress, busy-ness. These days, they occur without any precipitating factor. Except ma... Read more

Befriending Dragons

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Befriending Dragons

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April 2, 2016

A Guest Blog by Brad Chase   This picture was shot on the beach in the sunny seaside village of Honalee, at least how I imagine Honalee might be. Interestingly, this town changes with each person who imagines it. For those of... Read more

Art and Dust, Settling

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Art and Dust, Settling

by Eric Alan
March 27, 2016

There’s a subtle beauty to the way that dust settles. I may not celebrate it when it accumulates on my furniture, but over centuries, a different quality emerges. Dust patiently blankets our creations, even civilizations. It layers them back into the... Read more