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Landscape Baby Onesie featuring the photograph Refuge by Rory Siegel

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Refuge Baby Onesie

Rory Siegel

by Rory Siegel

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Our baby onesies are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All baby onesies are machine washable.

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Where do you go when your mind cannot grasp the stark news, that awful phone call, the shock of those terrible words? What do you do when your heart... more

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Refuge Photograph by Rory Siegel

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Refuge Canvas Print

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Refuge Poster

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Refuge Metal Print

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Refuge Greeting Card

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Refuge iPhone Case

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Refuge Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Refuge Duvet Cover

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Refuge Shower Curtain

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Refuge Tote Bag

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Refuge Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

Refuge Carry-all Pouch

Carry-all Pouch

Refuge Beach Towel

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Refuge Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Refuge Portable Battery Charger

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Refuge Bath Towel

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Refuge Coffee Mug

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Refuge Yoga Mat

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Refuge Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Refuge Fleece Blanket

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Refuge Face Mask

Face Mask

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Comments (24)

Rory Sagner

Rory Sagner

Grateful thanks to all that were kind enough to comment on my work here. I am spending as much time as possible with my mother...who I brought home on hospice at the beginning of this month. The absolute joy on her face at being in her beloved home again after a 3 year absence, a house which she herself designed, has been worth every hardship and every challenge. I miss my photography work and my own home very much, but grateful for the time with my mom and all that I am learning during this last phase of her life. I carry the memory of this day at the Refuge with me and take great comfort from it. I am learning that our greatest refuge is within...that graceful connection with our own Spirit, higher power, or whatever you wish to call it....that is what sustains me and I only hope that during these last weeks, my deep sense of that connection is something that I can share with my mom and through that, allay her fears and bring her comfort.

Jon Blake

Jon Blake

Lovely scene!

Michael Mazaika

Michael Mazaika

Neat hideaway. - Mike (V)

Carol R Montoya

Carol R Montoya

Wonderful capture! v

Kay Novy

Kay Novy

Beautiful...L.F.

Janis  Tafoya

Janis Tafoya

Lovely L

Pamela Briggs-Luther

Pamela Briggs-Luther

Lovely LF

Eddie Yerkish

Eddie Yerkish

Very nice! L

Lee Piper

Lee Piper

Beautiful work!! f/l

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

It looks like a very peaceful and calm Refuge. Nice detailed capture with a lovely perspective f/L

Lee Bowman

Lee Bowman

Lovely capture!

Andrea Anderegg

Andrea Anderegg

Wonderful artwork! v

J A Evans

J A Evans

Nice work! v

Mahmoud FineArt

Mahmoud FineArt

Marvelous work. F/V

Rory Sagner

Rory Sagner

Many thanks to Nadine and Bob for featuring "Refuge" in the All Natural Scenic Landscapes group.

Rory Sagner

Rory Sagner

Thank you so much Latha for your kind heart and words of wisdom.

Latha Gokuldas Panicker

Latha Gokuldas Panicker

Dear Rory,my sincere prayers are all ways with you,God only can provide strength during such trials of life.............Your friend..

Jolanta Anna Karolska

Jolanta Anna Karolska

Dear Rory...I can only begin to imagine what you are going through now..such trying times..filled with so much sadness - please stay strong..on your painful journey and be filled with much love. I love this photograph..so strong in message..so deeply touching the soul...and while words can never fully express how much someone means to us, language can still provide comfort, solace, hope and even inspiration in this very difficult time you are experiencing now...sending you heartfelt hugs and good vibes my dear friend...xx f/v

Rory Siegel replied:

Oh my dear Jo....your beautiful words, and the love that emanates from you across so many miles...it helps so much. There is much I am having to look at during this time...and some of it is not at all pretty, because as I know you know, those closest to us (and everyone really) are in our lives to teach us what our soul wants to learn. I am endeavoring to simply be the Observer, forgive myself and others, and be as loving as I can. Bless your dear heart for being such a good friend.

Latha Gokuldas Panicker

Latha Gokuldas Panicker

I can feel the sadness so intensely,dear Rory...still remember a day...I ran away through the unending corridors of a very strange looking hospital.... !!!! It took years to come back.....

Rory Siegel replied:

Thank you Latha...for your understanding. It is times like this when it becomes so clear how our art is our therapy and our saving grace. It is not separate from us, but is the story of our lives...and hopefully at times, a comfort and inspiration to others.

Clotilde Espinosa

Clotilde Espinosa

Dear Rory, I am so sorry about your ill mother...I can't not imagine the rush of memories and desperation of not being able to stop it. When my husband passed away I was relieved he went so suddenly without suffering intensively. I do not know if I would have being strong to endure the thought I was going to loose him. Warm hugs dear friend.

Rory Siegel replied:

Thank you Clotilde...I know you know what this is like.

Artist's Description

Where do you go when your mind cannot grasp the stark news, that awful phone call, the shock of those terrible words? What do you do when your heart is aching with the weight of impending loss and even the brief reprieve of a few hours sleep will not make the awful truth go away? My mother is dying. I don't know what to do with this information. I cannot believe it's true, that this person who has been such an imposing figure in my life, both in the best and worst of ways, is not going to be in this world with me much longer? What do I do with the flood of memories that are already assaulting my waking hours....the laughter that left us doubling over, nearly falling down on the sidewalk as we walked together on the streets of Pioneer Square....or the wretched pain of those traumatic betrayals. My mother, whom I have both loved and hated, who had the amazing gift of in one moment making me feel like the most gifted, beautiful, special person on this blessed earth...or decimating me i...

About Rory Siegel

Rory Siegel

2012 PROJECT IMAGINATION CONTEST WINNER The Way Home Setting Theme Chosen by Director James Murphy for his Short Film Thank you very much for visiting my website. Your thoughts and reactions to my work are much appreciated so please do leave comments and feel free to contact me with any questions! RORY SIEGEL PHOTOGRAPHY and FINE ART Rory Siegel is an award winning photographer living in Rainier, Washington and the owner of Rory Siegel Photography And Fine Art. With a background in graphic design and fine art, she’s worked for clients in Jakarta, Indonesia, Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA, Seattle, WA, and Portland, OR. Her current focus is commercial and fine art photography with a special love of portrait, landscape and...

 

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