New article just round the corner.

In the meantime
I thought you could do with
a bit of fresh

















Back very soon

November 21, 2011. Uncategorized.


  1. Kyle John Collet replied:

    Would be really nice. Here in Canada we are still enjoying our walks we just are in opposite seasons so we have to bundle up. Way too many people hibernate here but on the other hand it’s nice to have the trails to ourselves. Looking forward to your next creation….thanks for the refresher.


  2. Michael Skaggs replied:

    Beautiful Alex! I SOOOO want to be there! Was mentioning to mum how your temps mirror ours here sometimes, it did yesterday too for awhile. I’ve been watching a sci fi show called “Terra Nova” at the recommendation of a new friend at work, though I don’t have cable t.v. I had to find it online, those pictures you took look like the same environment in that show. Very nice!! Enjoy your springtime my dear!


  3. alex robinson replied:

    Kyle & Michael – thank you, very glad you enjoyed the walk :)
    Article almost done, but for now must sleep.

    very best to both of you

  4. Joanne replied:

    Oh it looks so pretty there right now!!! : ]

    Just wanted to thank you for your comment to Emily about her Uncle Jim. For some reason I still get notified when she gets a new comment, haha, we haven’t fixed it yet I guess, I thought we did. Anyways he was good people, really funny guy, and he’s still missed.

    On a further note – I think it’s synchronistic that Emily’s work resonated with you in particular. She and I go way, way back… and I think you’d appreciate how rebellious she’s always been against the norm – and all things “girly” too. Huge influence on me, definitely one of my best friends for life, and I hope she can make time to talk to you further in the future. I’d be amazed to see what could happen when you two put your heads together – wow!!!

    Best of luck with your next piece, can’t wait to see your newest risks

  5. the living tiki replied:

    This is beautiful – thank you.

    I am drowning in urbania, but now I have my own cyber forest to visit anytime I want.

    I do appreciate the sparse trees growing around me, though. I even occasionally let them know that.

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