The Seasons Within

May 18th, 2016 Articles, Inspiration, Nature, Travel, Writing Leon Davis 1 min read

“to dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily…to not dare is to lose oneself” – Soren Kierkegaard. The New Zealand winter was bitterly cold. Finding himself outside the imposing iron gates of the frozen park,  Jonathon attempts to quell his growing sense of dislocation.  In spite of his reluctance to accept his new life here, he is instinctively drawn to the eerie park where he…

Walking the Milford Track

Jul 31st, 2015 Articles, Bush Walking, Bush Walking, Life, Nature Leon Davis 10 min read

Walking the Milford Track. In the early 1990’s I was convinced, by a New Zealand friend, that I should walk the Milford Track. The Milford Track consists of a 50 km walk conducted over four and a half days. The walk traverses some of the most pristine and unique country in the world. Visitors to the South Island of New Zealand can undertake the walk,…

Red Sky over Roslyn

May 26th, 2015 Articles, Life, Nature Karel Segers 1 min read

This image was captured by me in Roslyn, Washington State, USA in 1996. I have always wondered what physical condition caused this unusual shape on the underside of the red, dusk sky. Was it a mountain in the distance? Can anyone solve this puzzle?   Leon Davis