Sabino Canyon

Sabino CanyonI   As As much as I love the desert, I am drawn to water. My heritage is and upbringing was along the shores of Newfoundland. I played in many a fishing villages and went warfing with my cousins. Rocks and water are incredibly meditative for me. I will probably enlarge one of my rock shots and use it to stare at during my morning meditation.

OK, off to the market to get fresh organic food, clean up the house, make a fancy new necklace for the Gala event I am attending tomorrow night.
Beth will be home from her drive back from Tucson. Don't know how she does it. Me a day flying kills me. Her, 6 days on the road and she's in her glory. Different cats. 


I was born in the desert, but my mother's people are island people who have lived for generations on the water. I can understand your pull to the waters and the wild. Thank you for sharing this picture of the canyon. I can feel you there and I can see a little bit of you in the shadow at the very corner of the image... a hidden portrait, showing your connection to place and time. I hope that you're settling in nicely!
Posted by: Andrew Thornton | 2011-03-06 00:00:00
Being in the nature regenerates, and it sure seems succesful with you and Beth. And all those amazing pictures you took.
Posted by: Francine | 2011-02-13 00:00:00

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