When a blog format changes, it’s something like coming home to find your partner has traded the dog for a kangaroo. No, I’m off on that. Dogs and kangaroos are more similar than the old gallery format and the new gallery format.
Let me catch you up concerning the changes to the gallery format: anyone wanting to browse the erasures gallery will now have to right click on the piece they want to see. One at a time. Oh shoot.
To be clear – this change only applies to the erasures gallery because it has new content.
Well, to make it a little easier, I’ve determined the thing to do is post any new material in the central blog, as well.
Here are three new erasures from Henry Van Dyke‘s Out-of-Doors in the Holy Land: Impressions of Travel in Body and Spirit (the older post, “A Meeting on the Road” contains the history of my love affair with HVD). The erasures from Henry’s work are tending toward the spiritual, naturally.
Yes, in the main body is very much easier than in the erasures section. Thank you.
Beautiful and resonant. Also, thank you for turning me on to Henry Van Dyke – much appreciated!
Thanks, you, and so welcome for HvD–he has a bit of the stuffy stuff in him, but I’m smitten. And anyway, what can you expect when you fall for a guy who peaked in 1908?
Kangaroos are really hard to walk/but dogs don’t make good boxing partners/also, their pouches can keep drinks cold.