More Angkor… because, well, it’s that fucking cool. The Baphuon is a colossal pyramid structure on top of which the Khmer God-kings looked down upon their minions… The Bayon is populated by hundreds of towering stone faces that for ages have stared serenely at temple visitors from every angle. <
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Near Mui Ne are areas of red and white dunes rising dramatically out of the countryside. I haven’t researched how they were formed, but they were fun to explore. At Fairy Spring we followed an ankle-deep stream for kilometers, red dunes and eroded features on one side contrasting with green jungle on the other.
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We discovered a special place in the Gatineau Hills, at Meech Lake, with good views and good energy. Almost a sacred spot. A symbol came to me and named itself ‘quadrogram’. Nested diamonds, blue white and red. Weeks later I returned to mark that spot with a glyph of the quadrogram. Forest graffiti. Hopefully the tree […]
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They call it Death Valley, but for me the rock is alive. Rock on.
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