Autumn in New England is a grand thing. The cold nights drive the bugs back to the depths of the hienus hell bogs from whence they came. That in itself, would be reason to celebrate but as an added bonus (or just nature's apology for the summer's unreasonable humidity,) the mountains and valleys transform into living... Continue Reading →
Drained and tired, I started the car and pointed it south. Clocked out and homeward bound. The day's events rolled around my head, a tango of worry and stress. My music played with no-one listening to it. I had no room for the lovely sounds, only the voices of tasks not yet done. Rounding the corner, the... Continue Reading →
For anyone that has never experienced fall foliage in New England, do it. The view is one of a kind and the only time during the year I don't miss my forest back home. Everyday, around every corner is a new combination of color and light, it is impossible to capture. Not that I haven't tried. ... Continue Reading →
Color flows through leaves Reflection allows them see Beauty of their tree Finished, they fall down Caught on the surface, they stay Family all 'round Liquid fire dances Tickling lilies from above Lake's forgotten depths
Due to a last-minute change in plans, I found myself the proud owner of a day off, to myself. I decided to take advantage of my proximity to the White Mountains and drive north. Back home, I spent days on end meandering the back roads of the California coast. I love to wander without goal... Continue Reading →
It begins… No filter, no editing, nothing but lake, Monet eat your heart out. Fall in Maine. Be well! Stay warm. Here we go again.
I have not really been taking too many pictures of the fall foliage here, mostly because I am too busy gawking at it. My commute takes me along the back roads and past some of the most amazing views from my car window. Everyday there is a further shift toward red or gold. Each individual... Continue Reading →
Final score: Pumpkin- 1 Trellis- 0 Midsummer we noticed a volunteer pumpkin plant had sprouted off the deck and promptly gotten confused. It climbed the fence and closed the gap between the deck's fence and the bean trellis. This closed off the path we had been using to get to the front garden. Instead of repositioning it we just... Continue Reading →