Wind in feathers.

March 15, 2012 § 1 Comment

20120315-233727.jpg2012.3.15 in Bhopal, India

We’ve been on the move a lot in the rural areas of India and sharing our roads are cows, motor bikes (with at least two people on them at all times), speedy vintage jeeps and massive ornate trucks like this one overstuffed with gigantic cargo sacks. They resemble muffins tops traveling at impressive speed and stature.

Although the ride these penguins are getting is rather precarious, they all agree eventually that a bit of faith can lead to beautiful things. So they relax, feel the wind in their feathers and whatever will be shall be.

Where to look.

March 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

20120313-194704.jpg2012.3.13 @ Astoria Hotel in Mumbai

Looking up is better than looking back.

In circles.

March 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

20120312-233616.jpg2012.3.12 @ Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai, India
Saw a huge flock of pigeons fly above me as I took in new surroundings.

Pauses.

March 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

20120310-155613.jpg2012.3.10 @ Pearson Airport Toronto

Daydreamer no.10 had a thought while listening to a cello piece at the airport waiting lounge: Pauses in the measure are just as meaningful as the notes we hear.

Exterior. Moths. Night.

March 8, 2012 § Leave a comment

20120308-210137.jpg2012.3.8 @ Home in Leaside

Something suddenly clicked for Daydreamer no.9 as he thinks back to the large moths near Kukagami Lake at night. It is clear that they may just be the bravest beings ever existed.

Leap.

March 7, 2012 § Leave a comment

20120307-191058.jpg2012.3.7 @ Ice ‘n Cake in Shops at Don Mills
Leaping is an important life skill. It not only allows us to risk a little, it also helps us see a slightly bigger picture of the place we once stood before takeoff.

More buddies.

March 6, 2012 § 2 Comments

20120306-185752.jpg2012.3.6 @ Teaopia

Meet two more of my buddies. They ready themselves shielding what the weather throws at me and give me just that much more strength when handling heavy matters. Also, the fact that they work well as a pair is inspiring. (The only complaint I have is their high thread-count. It is a bit of a job to illustrate.)

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