Outside: Hit the Hatch
Chasing Salmonflies and the Holy Grail
Images of the West: The Silence of Art
On poetry and fly fishing
Back 40: Old Windows - Old Doors
An excerpt from the photo essay book by Joanne Berghold
We cut a hole in a wall.
We do this so we can see through it.
We call it a window.
Decrepit, no longer needed window —
in some ways more
useful than ever.