Tag Archives: color

Moon through the Beech Tree

Last night I was out for a late dog walk and came around the corner to see the almost full moon shining through the Beech tree.  I was literally stopped in my tracks by the beauty and simplicity.  Always take your camera!



Naptime in Indian School

Lately I have been recovering from Post Viral Fatigue.  Every day I have to take a nap which lately has been reminding me of my time working at a school / hostel in India where the younger girls have their nap every day on these wooden tables.  Here they are just waking up.  At night they sleep on the thin blue pads piled in the back.  American volunteers painted the colorful mural on the wall of their hostel.  I am grateful not to have my nap on a table!


Orphan girls in Varanasi, India, wake up from their naps in a colorful school with compassionate murals painted by volunteers.






Varanasi Prints, Revolving Exhibit









For the next several weeks I will be showing photographs from my travels to India and Mongolia.  I will be changing the exhibit every week for the foreseeable future.   Come and see them in Seattle at Bert’s Red Apple in Madison Park.