A Geography of Hope: Bend’s Giving Plate
22 April 2024 | 6:26 pm

There is a geography that correlates to the concept of hope. All of us are in need of hope. But where might you find it? If you had to map the geography of hope, what might your map look like? Whichever criteria you use, it would surely include the address of 61470 South Highway 97Continue reading "A Geography of Hope: Bend’s Giving Plate"

Lens-Artist Challenge #293 : Water in Motion
31 March 2024 | 6:39 pm

Sophia from “Photographias” put forth this week’s challenge to highlight “Water in Motion”. Water is the most abundant and the most important substance on Earth. Many cultures use water, both still and running, as metaphors for life. Sophia’s challenge encouraged me to think deeper about the role of water in motion. Naturally, our first thoughtContinue reading "Lens-Artist Challenge #293 : Water in Motion"

Paddling Glacier Bay, Alaska: In the Wake of John Muir
18 March 2024 | 3:53 pm

Glacier Bay, like everything in life, is always changing. But it takes stepping back from it a bit to realize the power that landscape has, and its power to change you. John Muir, the famous naturalist from the late 19th and early 20th centuries was changed by his time in the bay. He once wroteContinue reading "Paddling Glacier Bay, Alaska: In the Wake of John Muir"

More News from this Feed See Full Web Site