Posts Tagged ‘sacred land’

Earth Day/Mother’s Day

Spring has finally arrived here in the US northeast. Everyone is happy to see the early flowering and buds! These were taken on the 22nd, the 45th Earth Day. Even these beautiful cherry blossoms seem to be smiling. Begun by a small group of concerned people, Earth Day has grown into an international event with

The Monastery of Christ in the Desert Church Abiquiu, New Mexico

Although Georgia O’Keeffe lived in Abiquiu, the artist who truly mesmerized me there is George Nakashima! He told me that he had often visited O’Keeffe while working on an integrated design project which included both architecture and furnishings. This is the Monastery of Christ in the Desert which he worked on in 1972. The communal

All USA Meeting: Taos, New Mexico

Taos is in the southwest of America. It is wonderful and wild and so very open. Outside of the the small town, there truly are large open spaces and blue sky that goes on forever. The green of the sage brush in the high desert is a wonderful color. Against the beige of the sand

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