Western Skies

May 28, 2017
Being here in Colorado isn't too bad he thought, although like parts of his home state, it's getting a bit crowded. The nearby town is filling up with shoe-box apartments...
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The Wood Splitter

May 14, 2017
He breathed deeply and swung. Clank! Another deep breath and a swing. Another clank! Eight more times, and he paused. “Damn!” he would say, catching his breath and wonder...
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Easter - An Atonement

April 16, 2017
The following is a story, sans images, written in third person but based on real experiences. I hope it challenges readers to seek their own atonement (at-one-ment) with...
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The Decisive Moment

April 06, 2017
The title of this entry comes from the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, a pioneer of street photography and an early user of 35mm format cameras. "The Decisive Moment" desc...
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Harbingers of Spring

March 21, 2017
The birthing of spring at 7800 feet above sea level is a slow process despite the unusually warm temperatures of February this year. Heavy wet snows aren't unusual in Mar...
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