To look backward for a while is to refresh the eye, to restore it, and to render it the more fit for its prime function of looking forward. ~Margaret Barber
Twenty years ago on August 8, we came to this area in Northeastern Washington--at a confusing turning point of our lives--to visit friends in Northport; we decided to stay here and I am still here. Who would have thought these gypsies would have settled here of all places? It was smoky that day from fires and it was very hot--but the landscape was--and still is-- breath taking.
|The Day's Leftovers Acrylic|
|Where the Moose Walks Acrylic|
I am at another turning point in my life and it is just as confusing to me as that day 20 years ago, only now I am without a partner and I have to face it with courage that I don't know that I have. Today may be another important milestone that I will look back on in years to come or it may just be another ordinary day, but you can be sure I will be taking pictures, if only with my mind.
|Sunrise at Bob's Place|