I think that "Morbid Obsession" looks very cool, with a cropped Timothy O'Sullivan photograph of the dead on the field at Gettysburg as the header. I purposefully avoided any color in the overall design, choosing to make it muted in tone, intentionally inviting a more contemplative and reflective mood.
Now that I've had fun creating "Morbid Obsession," my intention is to let it come to life (or not) on its own terms. I have no idea how often I'll post. It's an experiment. Now that I've created a space of welcome in my own heart and mind--and a virtual space on the internet--I'll watch with curiosity what arises. The same applies to Distant Temple Bell. We'll see which way the spirit moves over the next few weeks. In a month or so, I'll give you a progress report.
Meanwhile, please stay tuned. And take a moment to add comments or drop me a line. If you enjoy "Morbid Obsession," become an official follower.
(1836 Political Cartoon " A Galvanized Corpse" by H.R Robinson; Library of Congress)