Tag Archives: winter

Blurred Lines

Winter has been a blur of white and glittering gray, and the line between seasons has imperceptibly been crossed. Driving overnight rain plumped dessicated berries, turning garnet into cherry red.  The sun erupted this morning, transforming the last raindrops into … Continue reading

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Black and White: Part 1

Although I’ve not yet finished my rambles in the rainbow garden, I’ve been invited by Allan at Ohm, Sweet Ohm to take a break and try my hand at black and white. Black and white seems particularly apt for the … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Family

Three years ago. The crest of a hill down to a frozen pond that was part of the family home and land Jim nurtured.  At the left is one of three antique blue-green sheds which were settled on a slope … Continue reading

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Invincible Summer, Perpetual Spring

My sister-in-law today sent me a quote from Albert Camus: “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”  She is at least the second among my sisters-in-law to suggest to me that … Continue reading

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