Wildlife was what most drew us to Sabah, one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo, during our March 2014 tour. Upon reaching the Kinabatangan River on a Sunday afternoon, we negotiated a downward sloping gangplank and climbed into a motorboat for a five-minute trip downstream and across to the Bilit Rainforest Lodge.
Now that National Poetry Month is almost over, it is time I share a couple of my favorite poets and glass works their writing has inspired. For a 2004 exhibit of our stained glass art at the Afa Gallery in Scranton, Pennsylvania, I created a number of tree designs. At the time I was experimenting
At last I am resuming my account of our 2014 late winter tour of Malaysia. Two hard drive crashes since then cost some data loss and many hours of restoration time. However we did not lose the approximately 1500 photos we took while in Southeast Asia. If you’ve lost the thread of our story, you
Living with stained glass in our windows gives us an ever-changing view. As the angle of the sun changes with the hours of the day and with the seasons, the windows change, too. Colors are stronger at some times, softer at other times. A setting sun might highlight some properties within the glass and give
At 3:30 am a week ago Friday, a quarter moon and stars shared the sky with a few clouds. Jay and I set off in the dark for southwestern Pennsylvania, aiming to reach the Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass factory by its 9:00 opening. Experience has taught us that to arrive even a half hour later would
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