I appreciate random. John Cage was a fan of random. You may have heard of his piece “4′ 33”. You can listen to that piece anytime… Just stop: and listen […]
Quansoo. Crab Creek. A gallery of ice. Pieces of ice. Cracks. Below the ice. Grass waits for spring.
We are a few months away from peony time. Outside it’s still freezing. March has almost arrived. Under what might be the last remnants of this winter’s snow, our bulbs […]
The firstest and fastest lesson I got in Kyoto was that if you just look ahead of you, you’re going to miss an awful lot. In fact, most days it […]
In Kyoto, in the shadows of ever-taller new buildings, older homes may still be found. Many homes are behind gates. A wall of vertical boarding is to the left. What […]
Martha’s Vineyard is four miles off the coast of Cape Cod. All that surrounding water tempers our climate. Over on the mainland, January is the usual coldest month. Since water […]
Coquina the dog. Loves to spend time at the beach. We call her “Miss Fluffbutt. Here she comes. What’s up?
Atmospheric was the day. To the west, the view could have been one of my stepbrother Allen’s paintings. Quansoo was icy enough to suit a man. Or a dog. I […]
When doglet and I went to visit Quansoo on the last day of January, we enjoyed some of the first real ice of the season. At the edge of the […]