"Remember that your perception of the world is a reflection of your state of consciousness." (Eckhart Tolle) A photo from one of our back country drives in spring, made from Mesa Grande Road (a nice alternative route to connect from Highway 79 near Santa Ysabel to Highway 76 at Lake Henshaw). I wish more of … Continue reading Sycamore Solitude
Since it is all too clear, it takes time to grasp it. (Zen Proverb)
The instant we feel anger we have already ceased striving for the truth, and have begun striving for ourselves. (Buddhist proverb)
Today's archive find and addition is from a desert hike in January 2013. My friend Hans I were trotting back on an old path above the Palm Wash canyons. Earlier, we had enjoyed a walk inside the slot canyons (some of those photos are here: Curved Walls) and now we were on the way back … Continue reading Palm Wash Slot Canyon from Above
An "outtake" from my "Finding a River" outings, flying along Highland Valley Road and taking a peek at the broad valley that the San Dieguito River has formed here. The thin mist that still hung over the meadows was a nice touch. HDR from five bracketed exposures, merged and processed in Lightroom.