"Do you know that when the sun
slants a listless gold
on hearts like mine - Because of you
- my heart is never cold?"
I have been taking notes for a couple of weeks with big plans to write a 2006 review. A lot of things came to mind, mostly things that really ticked me off; I think it was more about getting them off my chest than anything else. The notes were on our disparaging dichotomies - stupidity, absurdity and abnormality - we generally put up with and feed with passivity or indifference. But, I assume we already know aaaaall that. To make matters worst, it pumps up further my blood pressure - so there is “no need for me to add any further”.
I’ve done “my private” assessment and conclusions (http://www.wordrapture.blogspot.com/) and, I chose to revisit one of my most enriching and gently inspiring experiences of 2006 instead, and share it again.
(It was waaaay back in the Spring - feel free to visit the archives photo-journal of budding-growing-blooming nature I obsessed with at the time.
I believe, most of us have not met yet...)
I have always loved the ocean (and other large bodies of water) and as a result, a closer interest in its life and secrets became more intense after spending a couple of hours with a Marine Biologist wading around the tidal pools of our beaches and my subsequent visit to Ueclulet/Tofino on the “edge” of Canada’s west coast Vancouver Island, and doing something similar at the Interpretative Centre of Wikinninish Beach, where I got to hold sea stars, and play with anemones… and hide inside ancient rainforest trees for the first time in my life.
Three Parts bellow .... hope "you" enjoy