Why:

Dreams are powerful tools that can help guide anyone to success and happiness. They represent some cherished aspiration, an ultimate ideal of achievement.

The word sylvan refers most directly to a setting associated with the woods. Reflecting on the vigorous life that abounds in sylvan settings is a very powerful force in my life. For me, this word evokes feelings of transcendence, clarity, and unity.

A Sylvan Dream is a dynamic compilation of my life dream. It is an attempt to seek out and document the truth, beauty, and clarity that exists in this world.

Monday, October 12, 2009

So, sorry folks. I haven't been as diligent or inspired lately to write as much. I have been working a lot more on spending time with the people in my house, and I have been trying to work on some art skills as well, oh which I have few.

So, here are two photos that I thought were rather awesome the other day. I was hiking with a group of Seattle kids, and this buck walked up to us, and I saw I could frame Olympus in the background. The quality isn't the best, but it is pretty cool!





2 comments:

Mary said...

Hey Will,

I was at Sara's office when you emailed her this picture. CYP is going to volunteer for the Boulder Adventure Film Fest. Anyway, the picture is inspiring in that I want to be outside exploring as much as possible.

Starting to knit again. One of these days I'll be able to make a hat :)

Luke said...

Did you ever make it down to California? Sorry if I missed you since I was traveling the ten days.

I am guessing you are in Washington... Will you be there for a while?

Hope all is well,
Luke