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Making an impression

Impressions in sand.
Impressions in sand.

Touch is a reciprocal action, a gesture of exchange with the world. To make an impression is also to receive one, and the soles of our feet, shaped by the surfaces they press upon, are landscapes themselves with their own worn channels and roving lines. They perhaps most closely resemble the patterns of ridge and swirl revealed when a tide has ebbed over flat sand.

~ Robert Macfarlane, The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot

Making their own impressions.
Making their own impressions.



Robin is... too many things to list, but here is a start: an artist and writer; a photographer and saunterer; a daughter and sister and granddaughter; a friend, a partner, a wife, a mother, and a grandmother; a gardener, a great and imaginative cook, and the creator of wonderful sandwiches.

13 thoughts on “Making an impression

  1. Sometimes, impressions on the beach can be a mystery … other times, the answers are obvious or a short distance away. Nonetheless, part of the fun of walking the beach. 🙂

    Happy Walktober … will we be celebrating again?

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    1. So true about impressions, Frank. It’s great to see you again. 🙂 We will indeed be celebrating Walktober again. This year’s dates for the walk are October 15 through 23 with post submissions due by October 25. But you know I’m not a stickler for rules and dates so if anyone needs extra time, I’ll be glad to wait. I’ll be posting a few reminders here and there, and then an official “link here” post on October 15 (for those early birds).

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