Author Archives: adwonder

Un voyage avec Légende – A journey with Légende

  Cet automne, Jess et moi avons eu le privilège de passer 5 jours à parcourir les chemins forestiers du Haut-Languedoc en compagnie de Légende, une ânesse de la ferme des Signoles. Légende avait la générosité de porter la plus … Continue reading

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Seascapes of Ireland

These pictures are from a short trip into Ireland during the tail end of the heat wave that plagued Europe over the summer. I was glad for the coolness of the air and the rain… until it began to make … Continue reading

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Seascapes of Orkneys

  I was lucky enough to be able to travel to the Orkney Islands in relatively good weather over Easter. Except for mountainous Hoy in the South, the interiors of the islands are largely farmed but the coastline is extremely … Continue reading

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Reflections on a journey

This summer, I had the opportunity to return to Finish Lapland on a kayaking journey, a chance I didn’t want to miss. Yet I was faced with the problem of getting there: do I fly and participate in the destruction … Continue reading

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Rekindling the spirit of the great Aurochs

(pour la version française voir plus bas) Below is a personal response inspired by the work of artist Jess Wallace, trips to the decorated palaeolithic caves of France and Cresswell Craggs in England, and readings of Native American authors. Rekindling the … Continue reading

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Yellow!

This September, a friend and I were privileged to witness the Autumn in Finnish Lapland. Everything proved fascinating, from rusting vistas, wide lakes reflecting the world, grazing reindeer and the green streaks of the Northern Lights across the Milky Way, … Continue reading

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Greens in Transition

I probably looked at Spring for the first time in late June 2010. Then I forgot about it. Until this year. Back in 2010, Ruth and I were kayaking down an arctic river, the vegetation grew with the warming weather … Continue reading

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