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Wise Animal Eyes

Wise Animal Eyes

by Eric Alan
March 5, 2017

I’m grateful for the perspectives of animals. I particularly appreciate their views of the world when human perspective (especially my own) is limited or lacking. So often I have a sense that I’m missing something, until I see again through an a... Read more

In All Seriousness

In All Seriousness

by Lauri Gwilt
February 26, 2017

Oh... those delicious moments of uninhibited silliness and play. Ridiculous expressions, goofy voices. The throw your head back, deep belly laugh, dance like no one’s watching kind of moments when we’re... Read more

Right there at my feet.

Right there at my feet.

by Tania Carriere
February 15, 2017

Last month I was in Israel, learning, absorbing, tasting, walking, bussing, capturing, photographing, touring… you get the gist. There was a lot of “ing” in my days. I had a list, I had an agenda and I was going to see all there was in or... Read more

Valentine for Mom

Valentine for Mom

by Eric Alan
February 5, 2017

With February comes Valentine’s Day, giving a scripted moment to think of the ones we love or miss. A meadow of complex emotions blooms, around that scheduled day of love. Beyond the calendar’s confines, in truth, every day of every season is th... Read more

Release, Receive, Renew

Release, Receive, Renew

by Eric Alan
January 8, 2017

The year begins with flurries of snow and feelings. Both swirl around me with brilliance, wonder and chill. I celebrate their hard beauty even as their colder edge reaches my bones. The impending year is yet opaque, impervious to the influence of prediction... Read more