The geography of identity
With May 1st here, it’s time to say goodbye to bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas. Today marked the Orthodox Easter, the first day of May, the day I saw bluebonnets for probably the last time this year. Horses, hawks, crisp green fields with wildflowers, big clear sky and Sam Abell. Solace, photography, beauty of nature. Currently reading ‘All the Wild that Remains’, by David Gessner. Humanity, directness, visual energy. Time. The geography of one’s identity. Grandma. ‘How could you not miss a place after living there for so long?’ I love Texas. I have to start journaling.