old bones, new snow explores how words and images, poetry and photography, interact and affect one another. After a quarter century on Wall St, where the maxim is “eat what you kill” (and “eat or be eaten”…), Old Bones is my late in life playground.
For the last fifteen years, I’ve been a practitioner of Shambhala Buddhism, so a lot of that seeps in here, especially in the pieces I call “Reflections”, short essays on how meditation practice infiltrates our lives.
In Shambhala, we often refer to “Sacred World.” With grace, some of that comes through in Old Bones, New Snow.
Thanks for visiting – be gentle friends…..