Tag Archives: Iceland

Now Face West

This is the tenth Father’s Day that has dawned for my children without their father here with them.  This year, they all are also separated from each other, occupying different spaces on two continents. Seven years have passed since we … Continue reading

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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

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Vibrant Skies

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

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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

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