Spirit of Dawn


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Title: “Spirit of Dawn”

In The Navajo Creation Story, Above the Four Seas were 4 Cloud Spirits, The Male White Cloud was called The Spirit of Dawn. This is a fantastical representation of The First World.  24 × 36″ Acrylics on Canvas by Laura Barbosa.

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Spirit of Dawn by Laura Barbosa - display

  Spirit of Dawn by Laura Barbosa - skull art

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A Permanent Rest – The Mystery Of The Point Reyes Boat


Priya Ghose Photography

The Point Reyes is an abandoned fishing boat in Inverness, Marin County, California, (in Tomales Bay, north of San Francisco). It is located near Point Reyes National Seashore, and is a popular photographic subject. I was curious to learn the history behind this boat, but Internet searches uncovered surprisingly little information about it…

Photograph of the Point Reyes Boat

I wrote something similar to the text above, and posted it along with this photograph on my Tumblr blog some time ago. I was surprised and delighted to receive the following response to my post:

Luckily for you, I work at a local history museum in Marin County and ran into an Inverness historian who was doing some research in our archives. I asked him about the boat and this is what he told me:

The previous owner of the garage behind which the boat is grounded originally bought the boat and towed it to the sand…

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Brainard Lake Boulder County Colorado Short Time Lapse


Striking Photography by Bo

Short Time Lapse of clouds and weather coming over the Colorado Rocky Mountains Continental Divide up at  Brainard Lake,  Boulder County,  Colorado. R ight before sunset, not much color because of the weather.

A day in the life of a storm catcher, photographer Bo Insogna,  www.TheLightningMan.com

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