Dear friends, there is a tale: Once a country priest was so rude that when riding his horse on the narrow road, he would shout at passer-bys coming his…
Simon Sarris
“The rain it raineth on the just And also on the unjust fella; But chiefly on the just, because The unjust hath the just’s umbrella.”― Charles Bowen De…
Simon Sarris
Dear friends, I am a provincial person. I have lived in New Hampshire for almost my whole life, a few thousand feet from the hospital where I was born.…
Simon Sarris
Dear friends, Since my baby (Luca Marin — light of the sea) was born I have been tossed ashore of any schedule. Drunk with love, time slips away. Lost …
Simon Sarris
Once there was a youth named Peter, who had heard the tale of a secret land, the land where no one dies. He repeated this story to his family, but all …
Simon Sarris
What the Rationalistic World Forgot. the stupor of rationality • stories, building intuition • alchemy, building process • religion, building wonder
Simon Sarris
Dear friends, There is an old saying: Where the lion’s skin will not reach, there you must patch it out with the fox’s. One must admire the courage of …
Simon Sarris
I give some background on my photography editing workflow, and a few recommendations if you’re new to photo editing. I’m not sure what’s useful to tell…
Simon Sarris
Photography is a magical art and an underrated tool: Combined with modern photo storage it is the biggest boost to memory since the invention of writin…
Simon Sarris
Dear friends, there is an old tale, Long ago there lived a king who was famed for his grasp of wisdom and gossip, seeming to know all manner of secret …
Simon Sarris
Anacharsis the Scythian was once asked, which were more numerous, the living or the dead? He replied, "In which category, then, do you place those sail…
Simon Sarris
Once an old monk lived in a simple hillside temple, the kind frequented by weary travelers. When the nights were clear his chanting resounded in the vi…
Simon Sarris