Sunday, April 8, 2018

California - north coast

The California coast north of San Francisco is a drive everyone should take, the land dives into the ocean, via huge cliffs, sea stacks, and always lots of sand. The ragged shore on the left could split apart like the rocks on the right, and eventually become the sand at the bottom. The planet has gone thru many changes since you and I arrived, and will continue on, ad infinitum. Amen.

One of my favorite stops - Trinidad:

Monday, January 29, 2018

'The Powers That Be' is the title here...

After Romans 13:1 in the Tyndale Bible 1526: 
“Let every soul submit himself unto the authority of the higher powers. There is no power but of God. 
The powers that be, are ordained of God.” 

So what 'powers' are at work here? Is the cloud actually driving that shell over the sand? And is the sand eroding, eventually to collapse the shell's perch? Tides are getting into the act here too, rearranging the sand in whatever way it will. Let's not forget wind, either.

The only constant is... change. Always. Count on it.

'We are stardust, we are golden, and we've got to get ourselves back to the garden'
- Joni Mitchell

I am self-published now:

'California Beach Trip':
On Amazon:

'Desert Trip'
On Amazon:
This includes an image i have recently posted, titled 'Desert Time'.

'Seeking the Vibe'
On Blurb:

Previews of all at:

And if you want to see even more: