Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Carn Eilrig

Mount St Helen's/Carn Eilrig

 lost/found/lost again 


Friday, 21 February 2014

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Geal-charn : memory

erase (ɪˈreɪz)
[C17: from Latin ērādere to scrape off, from ex-1 + rādere to scratch, scrape]
over twenty years the last vestiges of a rural economy were erased 
the magic of the landscape erased all else from her mind

1. to obliterate or rub out : remove by rubbing, wiping, or scraping. as letters or characters written, engraved, etc.; efface
2. (tr) to destroy all traces of; remove completely: 
she couldn't erase the scene from her memory
time erases grief
3. to obliterate (recorded material) from (a recording medium):  
she erased the message on the answering machine
I accidentally erased the tape 
4. to remove (data) from computer storage: 
he erased the data from the hard drive 
5. Slang. to murder
6. to give way to effacement readily or easily


for KMS

you left us behind


Friday, 14 February 2014