When I'm out in the wild, I look for patterns and shapes. For some reason, the one I come across the most is the stylized heart common on Valentine's Day cards. Here are a few I've seen over the years. (OK, I confess. These were in the parking lot.) Another found heart, this one on... Continue Reading →
To kick off my latest series of travel posts: a double heart I found in the mountains. (OK, I confess. It was in the parking lot.)
A negative space heart in the clouds, seen while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, and caught on film by Dana Geary: The peak in the picture is the Little Matterhorn.
Another found heart, this one on a trail in Wyoming. According to the rock expert with me at the time, the striations are glacial in origin.
I was in the middle of dinner when I realized my burrito was trying to tell me something... Notice the perfect heart on the tortilla. I just finished quilting a project that I used lots of hearts in. Maybe my burritos have been talking to me for a while and I only just noticed. Spooky.... Continue Reading →