Pack Ice Margaritas & Migratory News

Dear Wabi-Sabi Friends,

I just wanted you know that like many of the birds I am fond of following I am migrating soon myself, and as your presence here at this blog has meant so much to me I invite you to migrate with me.

I have a big year ahead. Many new projects, both photographic and literary, have been born of these pages, and I’m bringing them together under one cyber-roof–my website–which is also home to my current portfolio. Wabi will live on there though in a slightly new form. I will on occasion add the story behind some of the images as well as some images behind the images–sometimes it’s fun to see how the sausage is made. Actually, speaking of food, I am also going to throw in recipes too, recipes from the wilderness like Caribou Carpaccio and Fireweed Syrup and Moose Fajitas and Mosquito Tapioca and the above mentioned Pack Ice Margaritas. Mostly though you will find images, the kind of posts that take no more than a few seconds of your time. I’m adding video too and sound from time to time as I work toward more three dimensional projects, but I will try not to post too often or make my posts too long (like this one).

I do have your data on my current subscription list, but I didn’t want to presume you wanted to continue to follow so if you are interested please feel free to click on this link to my homepage tamabaldwin.com and fill in your current subscription information in the FOLLOW form on the bottom left of any page. For the new blog post containing the Pack Ice Margarita recipe you can either click on the blog tab on the top menu of my website or click here http://tamabaldwin.com/news/

If we are parting ways here at this juncture I just want to say thank you one last time for making this endeavor such a powerful experience for me. Your presence as an audience has meant the world to me.

Best wishes,

Tama

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2 responses

  1. Patti

    Needless to say I have moved on with you. The images that come along with the subscription are breath taking (as usual) and very painterly.
    Love you,
    Patti

    March 19, 2014 at 8:18 am

    • Thanks Patti! You continue to inspire me!

      Love you too,

      Tama

      March 19, 2014 at 7:12 pm

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