Galloping Dreams

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Mornings In Mexico

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“And many of the Serranos, the Indians from the hills, wearing their little conical black felt hats, seem capped with night, above the straight white shoulders. Some have come far, walking all yesterday in their black hats and black-sheathed sandals. Tomorrow they will walk back. And their eyes will be just the same, black and bright and wild, in the dark faces. They have no goal, any more than the hawks in the air, and no course to run, any more than the clouds.”

– D.H. Lawrence, in his nonfiction voice, heavy with mysticism and lyrical description on the otherness of the Indian culture he observed while staying near Oxaca in the mid-1920s. 


Superstition Mountain

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Whitman, Emerson & Tibetan monks

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Bedroom Things

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Saying Goodbye

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Kitty Hiding

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Grrrrrrrr!!!