“As an artist, I was experiencing poetry in nature. The entire experience was sensory — the aroma of seawater, the constant roar and vibrations of the two main engines and the sway as I gained my ‘sea-legs.’”
Ferguson continues, “The sights will be some of my most cherished memories, like the great expanse of ocean in 360 degrees, gazing through the circular window in my berth to watch waves fold into the ship’s side, catching a glimpse of the flying fish that sail above the water — and sometimes all of these under the light of the moon. These intimate experiences were the magic of the voyage."
Recent publication from the University of Denver's feature article, published March 24, 2020. Read Full Article