This takes us calling the small ferry to the big island (on our daily commutes to work) “the cruise” to a hole new level. This was taken from my iphone, in my car on the wee ferry headed back to Quadra. Usually they are doing the Vancouver to Alaska trip. This isn’t even close to the biggest cruise ships that come through here in the tourist season. Cool, though, heh?
the MEXICO sign was originally created for a roadtrip around The Breton trail Cape Breton, Canada. It was a cold April weekend when we set out to honour our favourite movie at the time NEWWATERFORD GIRL. I’ve mentioned it before on this BLOG and included a youtube video clip of the trailor ~ but if you haven’t seen it ~ it’s a Canadian GEM! The sign is featured in the first 5 mins of the movie. We recreated it between my best friend and I when we moved across the country from one another. Every time one of us travelled over a period of a few years, we mailed it, took the sign and attempted to photograph it in different locations. As seen below Kate in Newfoundland and in Cape Breton. A newer version was created for my wedding in MEXICO a year ago, next month. The original version arrived this xmas 2011 to BC, in my xmas package from Nova Scotia. Where will it go next? It’s for sure an inspiring object. Thanks Kate, love you.
Prajñāpāramitā Hṛdaya literally translates to “Heart of the Perfection of Transcendent Wisdom.”
Here’s something I’m going to apply for! I’ve always imagined visiting Japan & exploring it’s art. My Nana went several times. This might be my chance? Or connect it to a honeymoon stopover?
They are doing this b/c tourism is down. Duh! 80 000 people are still without homes & 20 000 people died b/c of their dishonest government’s lack of reaction to nuclear radiation (that is STILL happening!)… But maybe I’ll learn more if I go and be less critical!? Japan tourism agency announcement click here
On my return I would BLOG about my experience. Should I apply?
The modern & historical fine art, pottery, sculpture, buddhism.
I’d love to learn more about the Heart Sutra in Japanese Buddhism. Make Something Every Day