Sunday, April 22, 2012

We Know the Infinite Masquerades as the Intimate

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1. We continue to lose our way, and the importance of legend and primal truth become lost within the storm of human nature.
Too often We search for deeper meaning. Too often this is only our futile hope that the surface is only a part of the story and the true meaning is somehow hidden within its subatomic surface of memory. There are some areas of thought and land that mean exactly what they are trying to convey. It feels terribly empty and sad. Is nothing sacred any more?

2. Eternal recurrence - a finite number of events infinitely recurring again and again in infinite time, like games of chess, that, played one after another forever, eventually will repeat any game ever played.
The world is an eternal process of coming to be and passing away, where origin and end of the process seem to become fleeting vanishing points.
When there is no final point, no destination, eventually every combination of matter and energy will be realized and repeated an infinite number of times....

Friday, April 20, 2012

Sunday, April 15, 2012'm.headed.for.the.sea.

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Pelicans are so great - much better than those mean little Seagulls!

The last piece of country in the country just sold. :(

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cameramatic edit and later percolated due to too much messing around with it - the photo needed a resolution rebirth!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Sometimes lines become roses.

Sometimes lines become roses., originally uploaded by gogoloopie.

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Lost on some mountain. If you're wondering, this is a giant wall of sand, about 20 feet high, somewhere near Big Basin, CA. I took the liberty of drawing on the giant wall of sand... Until it became too unstable. :/ (originally taken with an iPhone 3GS using the Hipstamatic application. The original was used for a contest, but I don't care for borders, so I cropped that our and used camera plus for a little bit of texture).

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

My First Adventure

My First Adventure, originally uploaded by InkedbyCrabtree.

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The image of the dancers and man climbing the ladder are not mine. I do not claim credit for it.