Posts Tagged ‘altitude’



Well well. I have spent the last ten minutes or so transfixed by pictures of unicorns. Only because I couldn’t find the photos of the rainbow I took from the Harbour Bridge this afternoon from a moving taxi. Stupid phone camera. I think there might have been one good photo in there too – the […]

So it has been a while. Some things don’t get any easier. Some things get better with time. Perspective is all. Trouble is, sometimes you’ve got to go somewhere far, far away to get it. Woke up in my own bed again this morning, smiling. It was not the blissful blacked out sleep-of-the-dead I had in […]

The day before school starts. Up past my bedtime and have been doing everything but go to bed. Leaving your everyday life for a spell and then coming back is a funny thing. A good thing, but a funny one. This is not a photo of today. Just as yesterday’s photo was not a photo of […]

Doing a bit of file purging and digging out some old stuff like this, from the make it okay files. Part 1 of 5 or so.

It’s the best thing about planes. The sheer ear-popping clarity that smacks you in the face (or rattles in your head like intense cabin pressure) out of nowhere. All it takes is a little elevation. Or distance. A typical scenario could be: You’re befuddled on the tarmac,  harangued by the spirally inner monologue you’ve been […]