marginaliais the Latin word for 'things in the margin', and refers to writing or decoration in the margins of a manuscript. I am exploring the edges and margins of our world through photographs and writing.
...from May 22, 2012...
I was too busy writing elsewhere to write here this time last year. So many words, so little time...
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Category Archives: reflective practice
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