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The Nomadic Troglodyte

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Finite Multitudes

via Daily Prompt: Finite This is a good time of year to contemplate things. Autumn comes early in the mountains, and it is always a time of endings and beginnings for me. It's the end of the business season with... Continue Reading →

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Walking to Work

We all have our little peeves about our lives, moments we wish would just go away or small annoyances which should just flap off and leave us well enough alone. Some of us have annoying co-workers, others have annoying jobs.... Continue Reading →

Wonder as I Wander

I saw the ad in a magazine. “We are meant to wander in wonder” was printed in neat yellow type on a blue Colorado sky. “Come to life @ Colorado”, they encouraged. Well, I can tell you a thing or... Continue Reading →

Fairy Slipper – Follow the Painting

Another Follow the Painting post! This one is a little simpler than the foxy little fellow I did in my last painting post. As a rule, wildflowers will always be simpler than creatures with hair. As always, start with a... Continue Reading →

Foxy Details – Follow the Painting

  Here, we have another follow-the-painting post! Woohoo! My pixie-in-law liked a pin on Pinterest, it popped up in my notifications, and I. Fell. In. Love! She loves foxes, I love foxes, and a related image just swept through my imagination... Continue Reading →

Follow the Painting – Mini Roses

I've been steadily adding to my collection of little gouache paintings. I'm sticking with the nature theme for now, and it's working really well. I thought you might like to see a little bit of my artistic process, so I... Continue Reading →

Goin’ Fishin’ – and why you should, too.

As someone more at home over in a commercial kitchen or in front of a keyboard, my enjoyment of the outdoors usually comes about at admiring the beauty of it, capturing it through the lens of my camera, or quiet... Continue Reading →

Ants in my pants, an adventure in mountain photography

So I assemble the troops, strap on my trusty hiking boots, and go out begin the first phase of the photography project: catching horses. Photography, like creative writing, can seem nonlinear when put like that, doesn't it? In a rare... Continue Reading →

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