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Eau de Carrion

Eau de Carrion

One solitary buzzard rocked lazily in the sky. ~Juan Rulfo If I was to suborn the creator to bestow form for my next incarnation, it would be to be born into the Accipiter family preferably in the order Vultur or Falco, vultures or hawks, carrion feeder or fresh flesh eater. Both have their allure.

The Adventure of Sin

The Adventure of Sin

For I was born Born for adventure Women, whiskey, and sin. ~Styx Going back to the very origins of the Western creation myth, Woman is associated with sin. And the association plagues society through modern times.

Haunted by Absence

Haunted by Absence

Around me was not the absence of sound, but the sound of absence. ~Carmen Maria Machado I am haunted by the sound of absence, by the vacuum created when a loved one chooses to exit stage left, drop the curtain never to return. The final act renting a hole in my soul requiring years to […]

America the Schizophrenic

America the Schizophrenic

What is worse: being locked outside of your mind, or being locked inside it? ~Carmen Maria Machado Being locked inside or outside my mind would be a version of Hell on Earth. I have experienced obsession with an idea, living inside a mind that cannot or will not let it go every waking moment, being […]

Knowledge of Gods are in the Tree’s Rings

Knowledge of Gods are in the Tree’s Rings

God speaks through blue-tongued lizards. ~Yusef Kumuyakaa Why do we look to the writings in a book for the soul of God when the mind of the Creator exists in every living being inhabiting Earth and the unexplored cosmos locked inside our heads?

Purpose Is Sustained By Love

Purpose Is Sustained By Love

The true revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love. ~Che Guevara We paint with a broad brush the revolutionary as brooding souls, anger rampant in their veins, violence exploding from their bodies. Anger is power and may result in a few attacks against the empire but it is not sustainable.

Filters Distort Our Past

Filters Distort Our Past

The present changes the past. Looking back you do not find what you left behind. ~Kiran Desai The good old days. They are definitely old, but good? When we reminisce on our past, we see unaware of the filters, the filters adding sunshine where there was darkness, filters blurring the pain haunting the cracks between […]


Keeping the faith of fanatics who feel fired up for anything motorcycles. It’s all about the journey and the philosophy of riding on two wheels. Let’s bring alive the truly unique culture of motorcycling and never let the ride leave the fibers of our being.

austin vivid photography

heather schramm-lifestyle photographer

John Wreford Photographer

Words and Pictures from the Middle East & Balkans

Yip Abides

but not forever

Passport Overused

Showing the beauty of this world through the people, places and culture

Lluís Bussé

Art | Culture | Photography | Poetry


Be careful, I might convince you.. You are art.✨

Top 10 of Anything and Everything - The Fun Top Ten Blog

Animals, Gift Ideas, Travel, Books, Recycling Ideas and Many, Many More


Conceptual spaces: politics, philosophy, art, literature, religion, cultural history

One Rule || Simplicity

The art of Maximising the amount of work NOT done

Learning Culture by Traveling

Petesteph1's Blog

"Shootin' from the Hip Photography Tips"

Emotional musings-

Julie Around The Globe

The less traveled paths

The Broad Spectrum Life

Exploring Rhymes, Reasons, and Nuances of Our World


Travel / Outdoors / Lifestyle

Sunyar Unseen India

Explore unexplored India

roads bel travelled

Exploring open roads without breaking the bank

Cookie Vagabond

European travel blog and visa on Indian passport


life & travel / vida & viajes