That is amazing!
Yeah. Sometimes I miss a little of the awe when we're all on about ethics and mission and such; we mustn't forget Whom we are dealing with.
Whoa! Those pictures are totally awesome! "we mustn't forget Whom we are dealing with" Amen to that.:waves to fran:hey I'm heading to your place next
This is stupendous!! I'm linking to this, JohnieB -- thanks for it.
Like, TOTALLY, on all counts!
wow!!!!!!!!!!!Thank you for posting those (and thanks to Kate for directing me here too)Derek
Shoot, JohnieB, I was sure I'd left a note last night saying I was linking to this because these photographs are so stunning. Since I didn't last night, I am now.
Wow and zow.Thanks!
Oh yes, a little awe is a good thing from time to time.Johnie, you have been known to quote a Buddhist poet from time to time. Three names, begins with a "T." Please help?
Thich Nhat Hanh is the only name that comes to mind immediately, though he may not be thought of first as "poet".
Now you can bear witness to my woeful ignorance: yes, that is who I meant. I now know that Thich is his title. I found a shelf full of him at the library, and took out Selected Writings. He may not be a poet, but his prose is certainly lyrical.Thanks. :)
He is a poet, and a very good one, but only another writer would think of that first! The Selected Poems is called *Call Me By My True Name*, BTw, according to the flyleaf of this other book of his'n. Jane R. is more familiar with his poetry than I.I doubt one reader in a hundred knows that "Thich" is a title. (OCICBW) Nonetheless, it was real to bare my witness whilst you were woeing.
Spectacular pictures. Wow!
Truly awesome, friend. Thank you for posting these.
Thank you, Paul, and welcome back to the Innertubes, busybee!
un-be-lieb-a-bul.I'm practically speechless.
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