in the clouds

Often, when I travel, I study the clouds. Not because of the weather, but of natures dynamic and creativity. I learned this from the books by Rudolf Braunburg, the late German, writing airline captain. Clouds are magic. Seem soft but can can be destructive. When you fly and into them, first the edges caress theContinue reading “in the clouds”

Defying gravity

Delicate, but strong. Tree branches are amazing. They span meters into the air. Heavy, but elastic. Staying strong for years. Filigran into their tips and bulky and muscle packed like a bodybuilders arm. But they can snap like your pencil tip, with just a bit of pressure to much. Even in a light breeze. TheContinue reading “Defying gravity”