Phew! That was close! Almost walked into this little guy’s web on a tract in Hart County, Georgia earlier this week. 🕷🕸 #shiver
What apple product is this for?? Comment your best guess!
Your should be saying, “it’s impossible to tell because it’s too close.” And you’re 100% correct. You can probably give a good guess but that’s all it would be... a guess.
The same is true with movement “dysfunction” and gait analysis. If all you look at is the foot and ankle you’re left with a picture that is too close and all you can do is give a good guess. Understanding how your foot, ankle, knee, hip, low back, etc relate to each other is vital to understand where your injury may be coming from... #triathlon #tzerophysio #gait #running #forestforthetrees #biomechanics #physicaltherapist #marathontraining
The all important shop day
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Forest for the Trees
What to do when emptiness
is nearly perennial, the weary days
longer and cold as the winter sunlight,
weak but beautiful?
Or the moon, reflecting back to us,
remote, haughty almost?
And do sun or moon get
lonely just as I do, roaming through
Perhaps I am mistaken.
Perhaps more alone rather
than lonely. Give me that time to
ruminate without crosscurrents from
others. At times I forget
what it is I need.
>> My sweetie has a GoFundMe. Link in bio. 👆 Thanks for bearing with us.
>> my new digital chapbook, In the Key of D: Love Poems, is available at payhip.com/b/urUL
#poetry #mblake #whiskeyandpens #forestforthetrees #aloneorlonely #thereisadifference
Tortoise and the Hare, collage of aquatint etchings, 24 x 30 inches. This is my third attempt at this piece. Hooray for printmaking and the ability to mix new colors and reprint (and re cut and collage)
Here in California, we're celebrating our first official Indigenous People's Day! I am proud of our progressive state and the sentiment behind this newly stated, still-being-defined holiday! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The First Nations of America deserve so much more recognition and respect than they've received. I hope this day can bring real change with it.
Everywhere one goes in CA, native lands are all around. Yes, it's taken for granted, as most things are in life. Hopefully we can begin to See with open eyes and soul whose history and ancestry we are crossing.
I don't take for granted my chosen craft and it's controversy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sunrise in our campsite, Yosemite National Park, where the Ahwahnechee lived in peace for nearly 1000 years (humans have been in the Yosemite Valley for approximately 3000 years).
RONE and his mural in Portland, OR for the art project Forest for the Trees. (2013 August)