I enjoyed many visits to the John Muir Historic Site in Martinez, California, climbing its hills and visiting the Muir House to take photographs. Probably my favorite part of each visit was the reassuring sight that John Muir’s office is almost as messy as mine. From the slide archive. From the John Muir Historic Site website, part of the U.S. National Park Service: John Muir [born 21 April 1838] was a writer, a lecturer, a geologist, a botanist, a glaciologist, […]
“Freedom and Justice”, a relief from the Republic of Zambia, given by Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, former President of Zambia, hangs in Freedom Hall at The King Center in Atlanta, Georgia. From the slide archive.
Rancher, artist, and poet Sean Sexton reads his poem, “Your Life, Your Death”, set to imagery found in and around his art studio at his family’s Treasure Hammock Ranch in Indian River County, Florida. The poem can be found in his first book of poetry entitled “Blood Writing”.