Brave? (A Visual Aid)

sunset beach people sunrise

Watch this.  Click on:  Ten Meter Tower 

                                    (a short film by two Swedes.)

Who do you relate to most? I mean, if  you were to give it a go.

Blue Hole cold water

Reference pages 7 and 73 in ONCE UPON A WHILE for Forrest Fenn’s version of going for it.

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And there were bears…

So (our) Intrepid moved to Alaska last year. First day of my first visit, she puts us on a float plane to the island with the highest density population of bears.

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I was brave. Really. (The forest ranger and guide had their fingers on the bear spray.)

The mama bear had kicked her 2-year-olds out earlier this summer.

Another day, another trip.

glacier

I think I’ll be back.

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A Bit of Poetry via the Journey to the Sea Blog

When death comes to ask forgiveness

May I be ready with a kiss.

Take these trinkets. Take that treasure.

I need nothing more than this.

Text: Linked to dVerse Poetics. Sarah hosts with the theme of ekphrastic poetry and introducing Fay Collins’ art. Photo: This image is of an oil painting by Fay Collins used […]

via Journey to the Sea — Poetry, Short Prose and Walking

This short, sweet poem just struck me.

Thank you, Frank Hubeny.

Stairs from above

 

(Shared)Fun How-To by Jeremy

MARCH 2018 by Jeremy First things first, buy the hat. You need an adventure hat. It’s non-negotiable. As soon as you put it on, you’re basically Indiana Jones already. Adventure hats vary greatly depending on how cheap you are, but let’s call this $50. I spent $20. I’m cheap. Next, buy the book. The…

via How To Have An Adventure For A Few Hundred Bucks… — Thrill Of The Chase

Worth the Cold: Frost Nouveau — draw and shoot

 

Shared this winter beauty from another blog:

 

Finding beauty in the cold. I bundled up and took my camera out for a walk but the fresh window frost seemed to hold the most intrigue. It is lovely too, along the river’s edge where the water moves so fast that the cold can’t hold it still. It seems like a good time to […]

via Frost Nouveau — draw and shoot

December 18th, 1888 Discovery by Richard Wetherill

Nice write-up over at ARTLVRK. Thought I’d share. It’s on my bucket list.

On the 18th of December 1888, Richard Wetherill, explorer, guide and excavator to-be, along with his friend Charlie Mason, both cowboys from Mancos, found Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde after noticing the ruins from the top of the highland. Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling in North America, its structure built by the Ancient […]

via Cliff Palace and the Ancient Pueblo People — A R T L▼R K

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A different pueblo, taken by someone close awhile back.