Announcing the iBook release of an evocative journey into nature connectedness. ...On April 22, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
Stop for a moment. Before diving in and racing through 2015, give some time and space to finding your ...On February 2, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
What does the Bodhi Tree, a shimmering leaf and bliss bugs all have in common? ...On November 7, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
On a wintery gusty grey sea; Dolphin pod huddles nervously; Surfers indecisive: do they hear; The release of orca ...On May 2, 2012 / By eyes4earth
How does a washed-up paper nautilus (argonaut) and a beach clean-up become meaningful? ...On February 29, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
Where’s my Whale? Yesterday in Plettenberg Bay! Many savour the rare and special sighting of orcas coming in close ...On April 27, 2011 / By Matthew Zylstra
In ancient Indian mythology, there is a story told about the ravaging demon of Taraka whom cannot be stopped ...On August 25, 2010 / By Matthew Zylstra
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