Hawk Feather

December 30, 2020 § 6 Comments

Hawk Feather © Lynn Wiles 2020
A red tailed hawk feather macro.

Birthday Girl

December 27, 2020 § 8 Comments

Birthday Girl © Lynn Wiles 2020
Today is my Matilda’s third birthday aka Who ate the gingerbread man?

Christmas 2020

December 25, 2020 § 7 Comments

Christmas 2020 © Lynn Wiles 2020
The great melting is happening outside. This image reminds me that solitude can be beautiful.
My annual Christmas Eve party, with family and friends, (held on zoom) was very nice.
Wishing everyone a peaceful, safe, holiday time.

A Little Melting

December 20, 2020 § 6 Comments

A Little Melting © Lynn Wiles 2020
A white picket fence, with white snow starting to melt, in a black and white world.

Stuck

December 19, 2020 § 2 Comments

Stuck © Lynn Wiles 2020
It’s been so cold that the snow hasn’t melted off the door or even the outside light. Meanwhile, the snow plow got stuck on Thursday and no one has come back to plow or treat my street. Like the snow on the door, I am stuck.

Discovery

December 17, 2020 § 2 Comments

Discovery © Lynn Wiles 2020
We had a very mild winter last year, so imagine my surprise discovering that my very long legged dog was afraid of the foot of snow that fell last night.

Wet Indigo

December 14, 2020 § Leave a comment

Wet Indigo © Lynn Wiles 2020
My Baptisia (false indigo) leaves after the rain. The blue flowers are now long gone, but it is interesting how the leaves turn a bluish gray.

Blooming Escargot

December 11, 2020 § Leave a comment

Blooming Escargot © Lynn Wiles 2020
My escargot begonia has sprouted flowers for the first time, while something seems to be nibbling on the leaves.

Croton Macro

December 7, 2020 § 2 Comments

Croton Macro © Lynn Wiles 2020
My very old croton plant has bloomed for the second time. There’s something sea creature like about these tiny flowers.

December Blossoms

December 3, 2020 § 2 Comments

December Blossoms © Lynn Wiles 2020
Cherry blossoms should bloom in the spring. I noticed on another year that those that blossomed in winter were bare in the spring. That was sad as they are something to look forward to after a long winter.