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See the rest in my flickr stream
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I should state, the Kuan Yin and Hotei are each about a foot tall




Cut because I care )
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Blending with the wind,
Snow falls;
Blending with the snow,
The wind blows.
By the hearth
I stretch out my legs,
Idling my time away
Confined in this hut.
Counting the days,
I find that February, too,
Has come and gone
Like a dream.
~Ryokan

As the snow began to fall


The lady slowly reveals herself (3 days after the storm)
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Here is just 1 from a recent trip to Longwood Gardens

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So here are some of the images I have used and the class names associated with them. For those of you in the ASW, tell me what you think about how these relate to your own experiences. And if you are not from the ASW, tell me what you think as well and if they resonate in any way shape or form for you

Practical: Modalities Cast Circle


Cut for Kindness because this is very image heavy )
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I recently spent an afternoon @ Cape Henelopen State Park. The sun was bright and and it was just the right temperature to wander around at the edge of the beach.

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I don't always do pastoral or historic sites
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This weekend Sweetie and I took a trip up to Hawk Mountain. It's prime raptor migration time, but we didn't see too many birds. Mostly Turkey Vultures and one Red Tailed Hawk.

One of the cool things about this spot, is it is part of the Appalachian trail as it passes through Pennsylvania. Compared to some of the hiking trails we know our some of our friends do, this has a low butt kicking factor. Only 1 trail was marked moderate, and that you might need to do some climbing. Compared to most of the trails in our region it was rough walking and has what I will call a high ankle turning potential.

However, once you walked or scrabbled to the look outs, the views were gorgeous. My only regret, the trees are only starting to change color, things should be a lot more vivid and varied in a week or so.



BTW: For those not familiar with this vista, if you look there is what appears to be white water off to the far right of the picture. It is a river, a dry one and the white you see is made up of giant people plus sized white rocks.

Here is a zoom in on that portion of the valley:

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Many years ago, back in the dark ages, when cd players were still a new and shiny concept, City Hall in Philadelphia had a giant reflective ball suspended in the middle of the courtyard.



It was mid-march and it was damn cold laying there to take the picture.
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I distinctly remember taking this picture and looking at the narrow and steep stairway. And having trouble going down it and that was well before I acquire bifocals.
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