2 October – Ymerbukta We left port yesterday afternoon with the motor but put up the sails quickly and fairly flew across the fjord. We helped with the sails – a token […]
The next time someone complains about kids today being lazy, entitled, not working hard, etc., please take a moment to share my nephew’s story. Also, remind them of what the students at […]
Heaven Air Future Sublimate. Dissipate. Eliminate. Obviate. Retreat – Sublimate, v.: to pass directly from the solid state to the vapor state; archaic: to improve or refine, as in […]
Purgatory Ice Present Millennial. Annual. Tangible. Visible. Advance – Water became ice. Masses of ice ranged from the north across oceans, continents, and islands; tongues extended from mountain tops […]
A co-resident on the Arctic Circle asked me to write three essays to introduce her exhibit opening this June in the Montefalco Museum, Montefalco, Italy. The gallery has three rooms, one leading […]
The people, part 3 Last but not least, this rounds out the cast. Twenty-eight residents and 11 crew members set sail for two weeks on the waters of the North Atlantic. Tight […]
It’s been 20 years. I’m not sure I have anything new to say. On April 20, 1999, at 11:19am MDT, the world changed.
What was that thing Thomas Wolfe said…. A friend back in NC ended an email this morning about the politics there with this line: “> …it has been really hard and exhausting […]
People, part 2 As each person on this trip takes shape in my photos, I realize that they all held leading roles as stars of their own Arctic show.