Planting Maple Tree, Heirloom Tomatoes, Squash and Eggplant Watching the baby leaves as they birth out on the Redbud Tree and Buckeye’s Red Berry blossoms Purple and White bearded Irises they dot the back yard while St. Francis stands watch over the pond Smiling at the songs of the BlueJays and Cardinals and the Mockingbirds […]
and with it so has the pollen, followed by lots of rain what beautiful lush green is everything – the grass, the cherry tree’s leaves, the moss in the pond and the irises stems, the large quantities of mint and a rhododendron bush that exploded with pink blossoms our pond with its frogs and lilies, […]
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 […]
Spring arrived after the snowfall and rime ice. It called to all come play come play. Get your bikes, boats, walking sticks, and hiking boots or tennis shoes and see what I have on display.
This weekend marks the beginning of longer days and the onset of Spring! Today we had temperatures in the 70’s, last week, frigid icy roads and 5″ of snow! Living in the mountains of Western North Carolina, there’s a saying: ‘If you don’t like the weather, just a wait of few moments, it will change.’ […]
It’s been a long Winter, however, I do believe Spring is finally here! I’ve heard several people complain about the Winter we’ve had… I love all of the seasons… so I am grateful for each one. It’s wonderful watching the birds sing, the flowers bloom, and the big blue sky with occasional clouds passing by. […]