Nonaligned faith and practice in the present
Circa 1981, traveling with Nikki in
By free association, this image reminded me of this story (from the New York Times, June 10, 1894):
—Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, FlJune
Photographer Wayne Pearson has this beautiful portrait of a Myanmar tribal woman on his RedBubble site.
Here is Wayne’s descriptive note:
This was taken in Myanmar (Burma ) In the past the people of this remote area tattooed their female
I love the joyful enthusiasm of this household.
Despite the hint of lower economic status suggested by their location next to a convenience store on a busy avenue, they cheer us every year with the “reckless exuberance” of their Xmas
On the floating dock below Bartram Campus of Bolles School, before Friends Meeting a few weekends ago, I looked north into the shadows and saw the scene I have called Glyphs of wood and water. The water so still,
Friend Wendy has introduced me to a Tibetan Buddhist term for the sort of photography I am drawn to.
As the Miksang Institute for Contemplative Photography website explains, Miksang is a Tibetan word that translates as “good eye.”
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