Museum of Glass autumn show

The current show at MOG is Links: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest. The show, like all MOG shows, is fascinating and brilliant. They do a great job tying the two regions’ glass artists together, frequently, and with no surprise, to Pilchuck. Here are...

New Mexico and Sudarios Exhibit

I recently spent two weeks in New Mexico. One of the most powerful experiences was going to the IHM Retreat Center Chapel to view Erika Diettes’s Sudarios photography exhibit. Sudarios is a series of portraits of women who witnessed massacres committed during...

Of birds, and toads, and poetry

This is probably my last entry in India. I check out tomorrow, spend the day hanging around the hotel, roomless, then head into work for 4 hours, before heading to the airport for a 2am flight HOME. I explored the garden in the hotel again. Got shots of a weird nest...

koi and gardens

Today is my last real free time before the work week starts. After breakfast, I hit the garden and got tons of photos. Even not in the blooming season, there are wonderful flowers out there. The biggest surprise and treat was an exquisite bug. I have no idea what it...

NOW I get it

Yesterday I flew to Bangalore. I got to the airport to find my flight had been cancelled, and enjoyed the bolt of stress that followed. I did get on a plane leaving 2 hours later than my original flight. The domestic terminal in the airport contains a ton of shops,...

Luxury

Is it ironic that the town with the most problematic call center is the one that has the most luxurious hotel? Why yes, it is! But I don’t care. By this time, and I realize I’ve only been here 2 days, I need all the luxury I can get. My tummy is starting it’s decline...