A Child’s June Remembrances

Smell of bacon frying in the black cast iron skillet, grits, homemade biscuits and eggs anyway you like, served hot with butter and jelly – not jam Sunshine streamed through the window calling come outside one and all – the day promises to be long Bike or pool? – maybe both! and the smell of […]

April – soon May

Where has the time gone many older people used to ask and now, I ask this as well. Looking at this blog I created oh so long ago filled with loving photographs, memories, reflections and poems. Hiking, walking, transitioning from Photographer to Writer.  Finding the balance to marry the two creative outlets I most enjoy […]

First Snowfall – December

  Finally, the temperatures dropped and an amazing snow falls and blankets the ground. It’s 6 – 8″ deep and silent. The trees appear dressed up with layers of white cotton neatly covering each branch. Occasionally a red bird, Cardinal, will fly over to the red bird feeder to nibble on the sunflower seeds. The pond […]

Stone Treasures

Love of hiking uncovers many treasures.  This hike in a State Park in Tennessee discloses one of my favorite treasures – heart stones and a beautiful Cairn. I hope you enjoy these photos. This next photo is a whimsical face made upon a large heart rock – one of my favorite treasures to find. I […]