Blog | Celebrate What's Right With the World


by Eric Alan

October 14, 2012

Reflections have long been a visual fascination for me, as a photographer, because of the way they transform and deepen color. Water takes the colors it’s given and frees something from within them, much as a sculptor frees a figure from the stone. Colors in water are no longer held rigid by the form of their object: red leaves merge into yellow and green, shapes become fluid and dance with the shifts of the current and… READ MORE


by Lynette Sheppard

October 07, 2012

Believe it or not, I don’t get up every day feeling celebratory. I wish I could say that I did, but there’s the truth of it. There are so many things to be concerned about, responsible for, that need change and reform. Some days, it can be overwhelming.

I have to recycle just about everything because the planetary climate is changing. I need to go to the Farmer’s Market for my vegetables for the same reason and to… READ MORE


by Dewitt Jones

September 29, 2012

Balance. How do we hold it all together? I don’t have any answers, just some musings I’d like to share with you.

It seems to me that most of us have very strange views of balance; visions that work against our ever achieving it. Most folks I know when they talk about balance in their lives use images like “juggling balls” or “keeping all the plates spinning”. Balance is seen as an unstable state; one which is only… READ MORE