Notes on the Existence of Heaven
[photographs are taken by me, Marti.]
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one-third isosceles, one-third gem, one-third desire on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I looked down and sitting at my feet was a perfectly gold, perfectly smooth stone worn by time and water into a perfect isosceles triangle. I didnt bring it home with me, very regrettably and the hunt to find it again will prove to be more difficult than one may imagine but every time I see it, it muses me.
Sometimes inspiration comes from the things you dont have or dont save. 
“Any fact becomes important when it’s connected to another.” 
― Umberto Eco,

one-third isosceles, one-third gem, one-third desire on Flickr.

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I looked down and sitting at my feet was a perfectly gold, perfectly smooth stone worn by time and water into a perfect isosceles triangle. I didnt bring it home with me, very regrettably and the hunt to find it again will prove to be more difficult than one may imagine but every time I see it, it muses me.

Sometimes inspiration comes from the things you dont have or dont save.

β€œAny fact becomes important when it’s connected to another.”
― Umberto Eco,

alone in the bosque on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Hopefully there will be more uploads from this trip. Luke, Daniel and I drove to Truth or Consequences and stopped off at the bosque on the way back. It will never cease to amaze me, the freedom a bird has. Taken April 27th.

alone in the bosque on Flickr.

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Hopefully there will be more uploads from this trip. Luke, Daniel and I drove to Truth or Consequences and stopped off at the bosque on the way back. It will never cease to amaze me, the freedom a bird has. Taken April 27th.

a corridor of flaming willow on Flickr.Via Flickr:
This time of year the color of the willow is so saturated and luscious. The smell is sharp in the far back of my sinuses, reminding of the times I had to take willow tincture for my headaches when I was a child because aspirin was too harsh for my tummy. 
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Very many thanks to Luke for helping me out.

a corridor of flaming willow on Flickr.

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This time of year the color of the willow is so saturated and luscious. The smell is sharp in the far back of my sinuses, reminding of the times I had to take willow tincture for my headaches when I was a child because aspirin was too harsh for my tummy.

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Very many thanks to Luke for helping me out.

cattail fluff storm on Flickr.Via Flickr:
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After this shot was over Luke and I were covered head to toe with the little seedlings. 
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cattail fluff storm on Flickr.

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After this shot was over Luke and I were covered head to toe with the little seedlings.

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century bone on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Scattered amongst the pottery shards were a few bone pieces. Little pieces, some wedged between sediment, butted against the dry ornament of the pottery. Eras in-between, centimeters apart. 
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century bone on Flickr.

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Scattered amongst the pottery shards were a few bone pieces. Little pieces, some wedged between sediment, butted against the dry ornament of the pottery. Eras in-between, centimeters apart.

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a snowy detail  on Flickr.Via Flickr:
it finally snowed here the other day after oddly raining for a day. by 4am there was about an inch on the ground and by 10am it was melted away. oh Santa fe!
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a snowy detail on Flickr.

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it finally snowed here the other day after oddly raining for a day. by 4am there was about an inch on the ground and by 10am it was melted away. oh Santa fe!

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grass in waiting on Flickr.Via Flickr:
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I feel solitude when i see the grass all wild and free.
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grass in waiting on Flickr.

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I feel solitude when i see the grass all wild and free.

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tumbleweed on Flickr.Via Flickr:
“Imagine how the first tumbleweed to tumble must have felt, finally accomplishing an evolutionary goal to spread it seeds further.” 
Model: Luke

tumbleweed on Flickr.

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“Imagine how the first tumbleweed to tumble must have felt, finally accomplishing an evolutionary goal to spread it seeds further.”

Model: Luke