How might New Zealand’s expression of shared cultural heritage, and emphasis on multiculturalism, define the tourist state?
"On balconies, in silence, my mind swaying with the music, / I’m thinking where does the ocean end and the sky begin? I’m thinking / when does the morning bus leave? I’m thinking how much for one more drink?"
"In Colombia, there’s a word we use, and none of us know what it means. This is a personal chronology as an attempt at an etymology."
"When something is named, it’s perceived as a bounded entity placed within a stream of time, rather than a process." So how can language apprehend concepts of the infinite?
"My time in Normandy was engulfed in sound, and I constantly found myself comparing our loud, boisterous American voices to the low hum of French."
Photography is an essentially ambivalent medium for we can never be sure of the authenticity of what is being shown.