Monthly Archives: November 2014

Like the tree and the vine

For the first time in a long while, I got out into the woods to hike for a while.  It’s definitely been way too long, and I’m feeling it today, but I wouldn’t change it for the world.  It was … Continue reading

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Not alone in the dark

Today was a chilly and blustery kind of day, and I was definitely bundled up for it.  But it was productive, if cold.  And I got a lovely sunrise shot in the Lower Garden, just before we yanked the bird … Continue reading

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Caught in the liminal spaces

The change of seasons is hard upon us, and I feel caught between them.  The leaves are half-gone, the garden beginning to feel barren.  It has been cold this week– the promise of snow heavy in the air, but yet. … Continue reading

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I’ve been running

Well the move is done, mostly.  There are still a last few boxes, but that’s just the way it goes.  But this isn’t a post about that.  We’ll save that for the next one, when I have some pictures for … Continue reading

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