My record of ephemera that catch my eye.

Moments in daily life immortalized…well, for as long as digital media survives!


25 thoughts on “Photographs

      1. It comes from Buddhism: – Tathātā (Sanskrit, Pali; Tibetan: དེ་བཞིན་ཉིད་; Chinese: 真如) is variously translated as “thusness” or “suchness”. It is a central concept in Mahayana Buddhism[1][2] having a particular significance in Chan Buddhism as well. The synonym dharmatā is also often used.[citation needed]

        While alive the Buddha referred to himself as the Tathāgata, which can mean either “One who has thus come” or “One who has thus gone”,[3] and interpreted correctly can be read as “One who has arrived at suchness”.

      2. I learn so much from you too!! I just want to help somehow and people like you help me stay encouraged to continue trying! It’s something I can do to earn my keep yet for being on this beautiful gift of a planet. Much love to you M!

    1. We’re very lucky in our neighborhood, Audra. Power lines are underground. It seems to be more benign than anticipated in Manhattan and I’m so grateful for an unexpected gift of a day inside and within! All is well in your part of the world? xoxoM

  1. Very good. I did an exhibition of found objects once, kind of reminds me of this. I have asked my dad if he will leave me the ephemera – the stuff that other people might not be worth keeping.

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