Red-wing blackbirds in legions rarely seen, except at dusk, are now making their mating announcement in mid-day sun. Their beautiful cacophony can be heard throughout the valley wetland trails of south suburban Denver. The Los Angeles skyline has been the subject of photographs, like those I took from rugged Damon Runyon Park when visiting aContinue reading “Isolation, Things Strange & Unforeseen.”
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Why the World Needs More Chicagos
It is 1 degree Fahrenheit this Sunday morning. I’ve been here in Chicago a full week for a project. A west facing window at a close relative’s house, has an ice veneer over 90% of its surface. It is not even a month past the Midwinter mark and the ground is nearly permafrost. So, whyContinue reading “Why the World Needs More Chicagos”
Welcome to the Wild, Abandoned World
Author’s 2019 (re) introduction to the blog.