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The Lonesome Life by the River

Reflections on the fragility of existence, both plant & human.

Spring — San Juan River, Southern Colorado, USA

I’m sitting alone by a river in my camping chair in the middle of the San Juans, listening to the fierceness of spring snowmelt, and trying to figure out the reason the water is rippling where it’s rippling.




Creativity. Authenticity. Love. Adventure. Freedom.

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Cee Vinny

Cee Vinny

PhD from Harvard • Scientist • Dreamer • Trying to make sense out of a seemingly senseless universe • I may be wrong

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