The charm of a single summer day on the water is something impossible to express, never to be forgotten. A place where heaven and earth take such luminosity. There is something vital, holy, pantheistic and reverential. The mind asks if what the eye beholds is not divine indeed, the infinite breath, the great blue soul of the unknown. Caressingly, the infinite blue grows upon you: in time and space you begin to dream with open eyes–to drift into delicious oblivion–to forget the past, present, the substantial–to comprehend nothing but the existence of that infinite blue into which you wish to melt utterly away forever.
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Monday, August 19, 2013
Few have the courage, inspiration and thirst for adventure to teach their two-and-half years toddler sailing. Within days of his first lesson from sea Captain Grandfather, Cadence is enjoying the best moments in aquatic life. There's an excellent reason why Cadence got a sailboat–nothing like sailing along the iconic coastline. A just reward for his vision and courage. At every turn, awe-inspiring natural beauty unfolds.
Monday, August 12, 2013
Good sportsmanship causes a metamorphosis in contemporary culture to create an interesting idea for living, connecting, chemistry, honesty, emotional openness and the golden moment that is happening right now. Ah, to be blessed and loved.
Sunday, August 11, 2013
Light transforms–as if observed through a kaleidoscope that refracts, illuminates, reconnects, revitalizes and rejuvenates. Multicolored shapes of play at our summer home with the aquatic aesthetics.