Author Archives: © Rita Boehm
A block greater than the Rock of Gibraltar wedged itself between my creativity and photographic skills. Try as I might, the eye and the camera were not cooperating. One saw one thing, and the other recorded something different. Yes, I … Continue reading
The sun was fast approaching golden hour, but instead of fidgeting with F-stops and shutter speeds, I allowed myself the privilege of spectating on the play of light as the sun inched across the sky, and slide behind the distant … Continue reading
Petroglyphs, a cryptic language of an ancient people, or clandestine religious symbols known only to the local shaman? Or, perhaps just a mark etched on a rock for posterity, similar to writing a note or a letter to a loved … Continue reading
Ok, Ok, Ok. I know my mind isn’t right sometimes, but what the heck, everybody has a few rocks in their head. My FB friends already saw the geologic event I spotted in a cornmeal muffin. I often see geology … Continue reading
Phoenicians woke up this morning, relieved that their Ark-building days are over. Yes, the big smiling orb returned to the azure skies over the Sonoran desert, bringing relief to all two and four-legged creatures.
Yes, Phoenicians, the end is here. Three consecutive days of aqueous stuff falling from a gray, cotton-like sky, and now the air feels soggy with what some guy on TV calls humidity. This could be the end of time as … Continue reading