Tag Archives: Iceland

Abstract Impressions

“And how does a body break¬†bread with the word when the word¬†has broken”? At first I read the question as, “how does a body break bread with the world when the world has broken,” which seemed especially apt following the … Continue reading

Posted in Love and Loss | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 17 Comments

Vibrant Skies

Sunrise in northern Iceland is indescribably vibrant, pulsating across the color spectrum, coalescing with the aurora’s shimmering purples and yellow-greens.

Posted in Love and Loss | Tagged , , , | 20 Comments

Defying Gravity

This nearly weightless feather, tendrils curled from a wave’s sweep and gravity’s tender embrace, was one of the last things I saw before my own fall without grace on a cliff by the sea. By a trick of light and … Continue reading

Posted in Love and Loss | Tagged , , , , , | 7 Comments