Petaluma — I’ve been home for four days, but my body still begins to rise every evening around 10 PM, preparing its energies for a day that is not coming. It’s a thirteen hour time difference between here and Borneo. My computer, meanwhile, keeps accessing the Lao version of Google (“Would you like us to translate?”) and Expedia defaults to “.my”. Nothing has caught up yet. I have goosebumps in full sun at ...
Saskatoon — I’ve been out and about a lot lately. At events, at gatherings, at workshops. I’ve been inside and outside my tribes. The tribes I’m talking about are the tribes that Malcolm Gladwell talks about. Th...
Crater lake — This is an old, gnarled tree overlooking Crater Lake. It was our last night shooting session and we were racing against the sunrise. This area was pitch black and three of us (myself, Dave Morrow and...
Newcastle upon tyne — I woke up confused. I lay still for a few moments as my mind went into free-fall; a mild panic setting in as it reached out in all directions for some straw of reality to grab onto. The first solid th...
Mist over the Corvedale on Boxing Day, 2013.
Do you want to build a snowman?
Shining on leaves.
Another missing train
The first time the Mount Fuji appeared to me, I was filled with emotion.
Life as they come and go
This is what both knowing and not knowing looks like.
Mindfulness on Hermit Lake (Day Twenty-three)Unity : relationship is the essence of existence.
Missing Japan today.
2LDK 西向き 角部屋
The shoes on our feet
Waiting on the train; 13 more books to give away.
Back to HK