Here’s a story about Jack Island from the Sun-Sentinel, 2008. As of today’s posting, the concrete footbridge is closed:
Photo: Onajide Shabaka
South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com Taking the footbridge to unspoiled Jack Island
By Alan Snel
March 30, 2008
Nature lover Leslie McGuirk has lived in the Vero [...]
Several years ago I saw this strange book about African mathematics. I thought it odd, looked at more info on Amazon, and came away very impressed. Enough impressed I ended up emailing the author. Of course, at this point I know he doesn’t remember our exchanges but I do. It was about teaching [...]
I guess I didn’t post this image here earlier, but now I need to. I’ve had an unwelcome visitor in my apartment tonight. A southern ring-necked snake. It was not full grown, and they don’t grow very large anyway. They are not dangerous. However, I suspect it may die if it doesn’t get [...]
by Henry David Thoreau
I wish to speak a word for Nature, for absolute freedom and wildness, as contrasted with a freedom and culture merely civil–to regard man as an inhabitant, or a part and parcel of Nature, rather than a member of society. I wish to make an extreme statement, [...]
Cypress trees grow directly in the river. Think of a Mississippi swamp with moss hanging. We have the same thing here. This water is not a swamp though. It moves very swiftly but, I think that’s because we’ve had so much rain lately. We paddled up one fork and deboarded onto a gravel road and [...]
- Weekly Digest for December 7th12:58am
- Weekly Digest for November 30th12:58am
- Weekly Digest for November 23rd1:01am
- The jazz of Wayne Shorter: Serious longevity
- How Can A White Supremacist Be 14 Percent Sub-Saharan African?
- Weekly Digest for November 16th12:58am
- Long term Unemployed
- Despite poverty’s persistence, food stamp benefits drop [The Pump Handle]
Explore the Site Here
Shared Advice for a friend who said, "Any recommendations on Art Basel venues? We know not to do the convention center again. More interested in recent/modern works that are less pretentious and more accessible." There were good things everywhere, even in fairs.
Shared Back to Miami from Miami Beach as cruise ship departs. Another full day. INK Fair was an absolute delight and some of the best pieces I viewed. #artbaselmiami.
Published Wall relief sculpture. #artbaselmiami.
Tagsart art exhibitions b&w photography bicycle racing birds bones conga drum crustaceans death dogs environmental art exoskeletons experimental music florida flowers fungi goodyear blimp home hurricane job search lakes lance armstrong latin jazz le tour de france mangrove memories minnesota Miwon Kwon mouse mushrooms Nature osprey Photography photoshop pompano printmaking ray barretto salsa shells site specific art skulls sound art subtropics theory wasps nest