June 2007

22 Jun

A kind of optical delusion of consciousness.

I just started reading “The places that scare you: A guide to fearlessness in difficult times”, written by Pema Chodron, and found this wonderful quote from Albert Einstein: A human being is part of the whole called by us “the universe”, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, […]

21 Jun

And now back to regularly scheduled yoga…

One of the gifts I was given for Christmas this past year was a one month unlimited pass to Semperviva yoga studio. I activated the pass in mid-February, purchased another one on-going when it expired and have been attending yoga class almost daily ever since. It was the kind of gift that kept on giving, […]

18 Jun

Van Dusen garden poppies

I’m hoping summer will be back REALLY soon, because I’m very tired of being cold and wet. I saw a glimmer of warmer weather yesterday evening, just as I was on the return trip from a bike ride around the seawall. I’d like some more of that, please….

05 Jun

The nile queen

Links to two items I have really enjoyed: An interview between the lovely Chris Keeney (CK on Flickr) and pinhole photographer Katie Cooke. I hadn’t encountered her work until now, and am grateful to CK for taking the time to talk to Katie and bring her work to my attention. A link from Kirsti, to […]

04 Jun

Wrapped in red too

On Friday, one of my photos from this same series was featured on the front page of Utata.org. The text was wonderfully written by Greg Fallis, and couldn’t be more perfect an accompanyment. It was a wonderful treat to end the week with.

© Rachael Ashe