Earthtribe-Gather - Category: Diary    
 Long Dark Night0 comments
picture30 Nov 2006 @ 04:35
The Oil Company is putting a damper on the enlightenment of the emerging generation.  More >

 Basket Dance29 comments
picture7 Nov 2006 @ 14:18
For All My Relations  More >

 Topography1 comment
picture1 Nov 2006 @ 08:35
Tuesday into Wednesday, October thirty-first into November first. What has been going on? La Llorona at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. The story of the Wailing Woman, a centuries old story, who searches forever through the night in search of her long lost children.  More >

 River3 comments
picture12 Oct 2006 @ 07:37
In the morning,
the Rio Grande
near Pilar
between Espanola
and Taos.
What does the River know?  More >

 Fences6 comments
picture11 Aug 2006 @ 05:41
Fences: August 10, 2006
Imagine the day when there were no fences on the North American continent. Pick any continent you want, or pick ‘em all. We are all surrounded by fences, with corridors of asphalt threading our cities together. When someone wants to get-out-of-town, they follow one of those corridors to its remote end lost in the forest or the prairie, or the desert or wherever it leads to that is not another city. All of the cities are one city, attached to the wilderness through a few loose threads. No one goes through the wilderness from one city to another. One goes back and forth on the road between the city and the wilderness. The road within the city extends through corridors that have nothing to do with the wilderness except in so far as the latter is background scenery. When the horses are unhitched from the chariots, those chariots shall be essentially useless, likewise their asphalt corridors. Where will be the places that one will go, to and fro? As the corridors become meaningless, the fences will fall into disrepair and irrelevance. Communities finding each other and themselves through trusting relationships shall last forever, and the others are marking the path of mutually assured destruction. Keep a candle burning for your friend in the darkness.
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 Las Palomas4 comments
picture15 Apr 2006 @ 04:11
a church in Las Palomas, Mexico, from a city park across the street.  More >

 In the Hallways1 comment
picture7 Apr 2006 @ 05:30
On the way, into another day.
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It's called home.  More >



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