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... battle at the surf line.
It got hard to watch. The beauty of the gull's bright feet and matching beak, with matching hue of the manta ray's underside: all that harmony drained away, with the sight of the damage inflicted by the gull's beak which was now bright and dripping with the blood of the manta ray. So wrenching.
This time of year, the manta rays here are starting to breach (fly out of the ...
... no turkeys are raised in Mexico. Post-purchase, I learned that ours probably came from Chile!
I beg forgiveness for letting my Canadian roots get in the way of 100-mile diet wisdom on December 25, and opting for a roasted bird. But the local tradition is menudo (tripe) for dinner!
Having asked neighbours to dine with us, we were concerned that our bird would be tough. We recently bought an organic chicken from the gal who sells all kinds of ...
... studded with deep saffron, some in constellations of a hundred or more, like a sky facing upwards.
We saw swarms of tiny jelly fish and magnificent huge sea urchins. We saw fan coral, brain coral, and a big sea turtle swimming awfully darn fast.
Above the water line, we saw a blue-footed booby (just one, that day), then brown-footed boobies, then an osprey in a sad nest made of as much white and bright blue plastic tatters as natural shreds. We saw ...
... me. The northern sky also fills with rose and gold. Cerise light smoke rises from the mountains in the west. When I look at the deep V in the mountains to the south, where the road to Todos Santos winds, there is light there too. The light here is like wind. It streams, swirls, gusts upward, whistles over the mountains. Everywhere, the light calls.
My camera viewfinder can frame only a ...
... achieved state of both deep attention and self-forgetting; the self forgetting of seeing, hearing, smelling or touching that erases our separation, our distance, our fear of the other. Beauty invites us, through entrancement, to that fearful, frontier between what we think makes us; and what we think makes the world.
Beauty is ...