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Watch some Hammock Havoc HERE. ________Shadow Shot Sunday
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The above photos were taken at the new Village Center at Warm Hearth Village (a local retirement community) where I was visiting my dear friend Alwyn. I have visited Alwyn — a writer, artist, environmentalist and former Rudolf Steiner kindergarten teacher — the last two April’s on Earth Day. The day these were taken it […]
Precious Cargo The Now and Zen of It If a Tree Falls in the Forest Frame This ____________Video clip HERE.
This winter I tried to take pictures of snowflakes, but it didn’t work out. So I was happy to wake up Tuesday morning to an ice crystal wonderland in my yard. Everything was all fuzzy with star frost and snow feathers. Like sparklers on the 4th of July. Fairy flowers for a snow queen. The […]
I feel blessed in my life when I can let my breakfast be interrupted by a lace shadow on the floor that catches my eye. When I can get down on my hands and knees like a kid intrigued by a bug and follow its path, the cat and mouse game between it and […]
It’s easy to follow tracks in mud and snow. On a recent hike we found deer and raccoon and turkey! And little boys walking in their Hopa’s footprints.
What we want to say to winter. When humans see their shadows. The roar of blue sky gets louder. Robins patiently wait. Liam breaking bad. ____________Shadow Shot Sunday
The above photos were taken last night at the Taubman Museum of Art’s opening of The Great Road: Contemporary Wood-fired Ceramics of which my son was one of nine potters featured. More to come… Sunday Shadow Shot
Neighbors on snow plows are the heroes of the day. Nearly two feet in two days was no picnic (and notice that the picnic bench seating has completely disappeared). Even the chickens appreciate the snow shoveling efforts of others. Watch them try their newly shoveled run HERE. Some of the girls were afraid […]
It was actually Roanoke City and we were in town to see the Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace show at the Taubman Museum, which is where the first two pictures were taken. In the last shot we were laughing at the old school way we had to fold up dollars and stick them into slots to […]
Aka Cold Feet 2. Cold Feet 1 is HERE. Wordless Wednesday
It’s all Downhill from Here Boys Just Wanna Have Fun Taking Flight in Black and White Where Have All the Flowers Gone? _______Shadow Shot Sunday
Shadow Shot Sunday
Eye See You Two