Tag Archives: family

Aunt Julia

As another Thanksgiving arrives in cycle tomorrow, I think on the threads of ties that expand and contract out from my heart as I grow and change through this life. Family and friends – blood and otherwise – are important anchors to me, relational being that I am. Reflecting on this, I thought on a […]

View full post »

$68

Every moment is about a dollar, and – depending on how you view each instant – is quite an expensive memory or a passing, priceless second caught in the act of happening. Summer and fall are over now, and – so very nearly is the year, but see? – I have this fattened deck of […]

View full post »

Rust and Green

3/17/15, St. Patrick’s Day, 2:36p – This point of morphing and melding seasons – when crusty rusts exhume to greens, when winter clings to the windy spring of March – is my favorite. Its changeable breath blesses and infuses us with both warmth and coolness – sun and cloud – depending on the minute. My feeling may change on a […]

View full post »

A Very Dary Christmas

Back in the shredded wrapping paper and cookie-encrusted wasteland that spans the spiritless days between Christmas and New Year’s, I had the jolly opportunity of winding north, back to New York, to photograph one of my all-time favorite babbies and his rad dad and awesome mom. The last time I saw Jen, Chris, and Noah was […]

View full post »

Community

One of the most important things to me is community – having one and being a part of one – resting in that place where you know everyone and are known yourself, strengths, flaws, and all. In New Mexico, the years I spent in Grants and San Fidel – working at the school, as a […]

View full post »

+
!
"