“So come to the pond,
or the river of your imagination,
or the harbor of your longing,

and put your lips to the world.

And live
your life.”

-Mary Oliver, Red Bird


Once this collapses, the rocks will be mostly lost forever at the bottom of a deep murky pool to the left. I almost didn’t risk placing the rocks on the edge like this because all three are exceptionally beautiful.. but, then again, i never got to where i’m at without a sort of “Carpe Diem” approach to this whole gravity glue thing. why should i care if the rocks disappear…? and worse, not documenting the moment… ?

i’ve learned that it’s better to let go and ‘run with it’, despite how uncertain the outcome. so i did without fear of loss. and everything worked out better than i anticipated… which usually seems the case in such scenarios. <3

25 Responses
  1. You continue to inspire me…. Imagine… from the rocks…. that for a brief time a young man touched them…. and moved on…. Long memory of stone and you graced them with your presence. They are never lost… and your captures and sharing endearing & enduring. You’ve kick started my morning beautifully thanks. :-)

  2. They are beautiful rocks in fact :) They will never really disappear. When they elude this place, they will appear in another place. Rocks don’t just disappear. I love what you do <3

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