Category Archives: Nature

Trekking Tuesday 1-12-2021

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Trekking Tuesday 1-12-2021

Sequoias. Some day, I’ll pack my family into a camper and drive all the way across this great country, and finally give one of these giants a heart-to-heart hug. Even in pictures I can feel their immense power. They inspire the Rianave trees, which are introduced in Elliot’s story.

This photo was originally posted by Ever Changing Horizon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everchanginghorizon

Where do you dream to go, more than anywhere in the world?

Trekking Tuesday 1-5-2021

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Trekking Tuesday 1-5-2021

So many of the places in my books are inspired by real life places, like this incredible monastery in Greece called Meteory. Imagine an entire kingdom perched on an ocean cliffside like this…

Meteory is “the name of the complex of Orthodox monasteries in Greece, the second most important, just after Mount Athos. They are also the second most popular place in Greece, overtaken only by the Acropolis. Literally translated, this name means “suspended rocks”, “suspended in the air” or “in the sky above”. (Credit to budowle.pl)

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Sunday Sketch 1-3-2021

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Sunday Sketch 1-3-2021

This week’s Sunday sketch is one of my favorite, random things to sketch. One day, I’ll write a novel about these head villages…

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December 2020

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December 2020

Hello! It has been a long year, but it’s finally December! I know I’ve been gone a while. This is my “I promise I’ll be better about blogging” post–and I mean it! I have a plan to post more in 2021, and I hope you’ll join me! Lately I’m working on a few projects I’ll be sharing in the coming weeks, so I hope you’ll stick around.

I love the cold of winter, but the darkness tends to get me down. Recently, I’ve taken to going outside in the early morning before the sun comes up and gazing at the stars. Orion is always there to greet me and make the chilly mornings so much more special.

What’s your favorite season? What do you do to help yourself enjoy your least favorite one?

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