Cape town — It’s not just any sea – I live at the edge of a wild sea. When in a rage she’ll rip a kelp forest from the sea floor and heave it onto the beach in layers as deep as a tall man’s waist. Then, when the fly eggs hatch in the rotting blades and stipes, she’ll come at night and take it all back for a feeding frenzy of fish and crabs and abalone. It’s a sea that tempts you to lean into her week-long ...
Westcliff-on-sea — If I didn’t have a camera, I would be a painter; if I had no paint, I would translate the memory of my eyes to words.
Curitiba — That day I was awakened before my normal schedule, and my first thought was “gosh, I still have more time to sleep.” But then I went to the window and I saw the sky before sunrise, and any semblance o...
Love nature! I'd never seen moss in such a saturated orange color. A perfect combination with the sea blue behind...
Naked and Outside
Meanwhile, true wildness is just a breath away, keeping its own counsel, and its judgment in momentary abeyance.
Dusk, on the beach at Honokowai.
I lounged all morning with this beautiful view in front of me.
We stand looking out, not speaking, as the rays of the midnight sun hit the snow-bound peninsulas
I live by the sea.
No More Than FUJIYAMA (Miho no Matsubara)
A beautiful view on my way home
Way into the mountains... The Japanese countryside always impressive.
I could stay here forever.
Greeted by this gorgeous double-rainbow as I stepped out onto the lanai this morning...
An Englishman's home is his castle
A hair past 10. It's exceedingly hazy today, with vog. Somewhere in the distance there is Mauna Loa.
My life—a heart-shaped bay on the edge of an ancient lava flow crumbling slowly, minutely, into a pacific ocean.
Other than my family in India, the thing I miss the most is the breeze at Vizag Beach.
"It will have to be a window into something else."
San Francisco from Mt. Tam
I feel giddy when I see light I wasn't expecting: it results in an uncontrollable desire to capture it.