20 February 2014

«Made by the Sea»


«As always, when she was there, she lost track of time. Every step she took revealed her something new.» 
                                                  By Raquel R. in Short Story number 10

«If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.»
                                                                                                   Vincent Van Gogh 



         
                Judith Rowe - Made by the Sea from Alun Callender on Vimeo. via The kid Should See This

13 February 2014

«True wealth»


«Oddly, it was the ephemeral aspect of that reality that made that moment even more significant and the only way to eternalize it was to fully embrace it and live it. She knew that the present moment is the sole guardian and holder of life’s essence and those blind to that fact or reluctant to accept it, would never fully experience it.» 
                                                  By Raquel R. in Short Story number 10

«True wealth is the ability to fully experience life.»
                                                                                           Henry David Thoreau 



         
                          Fiji Vignette 3/3 from Taj Burrow on Vimeo. via The Kid Should See This

7 February 2014

You are here


«At a distance, a flock of seagulls errantly circled in the air and its occasional squawking calls indicated that she was not the only one out there.» 
                                                  By Raquel R. in Short Story number 10

«That you are here - that life exists and identify, That the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse.»
                                                                                                          Walt Whitman  



                                                                 Photo Raquel R.

2 February 2014

Primal feelings


«As she stepped out of the car, she immediately breathed in the distinct humid and cool ocean’s breeze, the perfect carrier of one of the most irreplaceable and unique odors, commonly referred to as the ocean’s smell. Although she had seen many oceans and seas throughout the world, only in this specific location, was that smell so perfect and evocative of the primal feelings that we all hold inside.» 
                                                  By Raquel R. in Short Story number 10

« Like a mermaid in sea-weed, she dreams awake, trembling in her soft and chilly nest.»
                                                                                                               John Keats 



          
                                   Variables with Kimi Werner from Patagonia on Vimeo.

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