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Wednesday Vignette – weathered withering

It’s been raining a lot lately – a lot more cold, bone-chilling rain than in a normal year. February was the wettest one on record. Everything is soaked, the ground is muddy and soft, and – as evident by this … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – the indomitable force of life

Spent a wonderful Saturday in the garden. I guess I can say it was productive in the sense that I filled both ours and the greater share of our neighbor’s compost bin. At the end of the day, I did … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – decay in style!

There is at least as much beauty in these spent remnants as there was at the height of its youth – it’s just a different, a more raw, yet refined kind of beauty. The more I think about it, the … Continue reading

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Foliage Follow-Up – November 2014

The moment we’ve all been waiting for happened this past week. You know, the one where the true time of year makes itself known, and there suddenly is no going back. Even if balmier weather were to return, some of … Continue reading

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