Listening to the Inner Dialog + Plan B

I have always been drawn to objects and surfaces that bear witness to the passage of time. Even places that seem pulled from the stories of Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Africa or A Passage to India. I sit here in the the wild edge of the Sahara during a sand storm as I write this post.

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Michelle Fletcher
The Beauty of Decay

Beauty it morphs into something new, changing so slowly, almost undetectable to the eye. The trim in abandoned building: the paint peels, the light creeps in, and the mood changes the atmosphere and creates a beautiful moment . . .

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Michelle Fletcher
What kind of traveller are you?

What kind of traveller are you? The kind of travellers I admire the most are the ones with endless curiosity about place, people and the lives being lived around them, even during the difficulties that may arise when you are on the road, I believe it is a trait that serves you well. 

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Michelle Fletcher
Natural Perspective

Simultaneously,  looking both inward and outward to notice the details in the everyday and then placing them in a bigger perspective . . .to both function and nurture,  all that grace this Kasbah.

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Michelle Fletcher
Arriving at the Sandcastle

The journey from the beach to the desert was a long one. The heat and the pace in which the room (our room) was being finished was taking a long time. Eventually the time came, a phone call informed us that the rooms almost complete. . .ha!!

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Michelle Fletcher