Carpe Diem #757 desert

itchy feet beaver tail prickly pear welcomes happily ©Ruchi Chopra Beaver tail prickly pear is a variety of cactus found mainly in Southwestern parts of USA. It is found mostly in the Mojave Desert, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Colorado Deserts, and northwest Mexico. It ranges through the awesome Grand Canyon and Colorado River region to … Continue reading Carpe Diem #757 desert

Walk With Me Day# 87

If you wish to know the divine, feel the wind on your face and the warm sun on your hand. ~Buddha This post is second in series of our Glenn Penitentiary Reservation Visit. It has over 8 miles of hiking trails with 800 acres+ of green joys waving back at you, with each step you … Continue reading Walk With Me Day# 87

Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge #89

The goal of the Tan Renga Challenge is to complete the Tan Renga by writing the second (two lined, 7-7) stanza through associating on the images in the first (three lined) stanza or 'hokku'. Here is the 'hokku' by Mabson O. Southard From deep in the spring clear reflections rise to meet  falling plum petals … Continue reading Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge #89

Tune into Radio Element

Primitive man must have invented instruments & means to appease, “unknown” and to mimic Nature’s music, from Thunderstorms, Lightening, Rains and communicating with each other. “Curiosity” and “Exposure” can leads to many interesting discoveries, and can surpass even geographical limits and break free from shackles of “unknown”. Gramophone, Ah! it was a blessing in disguise … Continue reading Tune into Radio Element