February 7, 2021 § Leave a comment
Wanting Spring © Lynn Wiles 2021
Giant snowflakes falling as my birch tree sprouts its spring catkins. Makes it look like a strange furry white creature.
February 3, 2021 § 3 Comments
Elm Body © Lynn Wiles 2021
A young Chinese Elm was cut down last fall. The bark slowly started to fall off revealing the work of many critters.
January 28, 2021 § 5 Comments
Just the two of us © Lynn Wiles 2021
Much to my surprise, there were no other people or dogs to be found at the park yesterday. This meant I could let my dog run free through the snow all over the park. It was glorious.
January 21, 2021 § 1 Comment
Leaves on Leather © Lynn Wiles 2021
I’ve been collecting specimens for my sketchbook and the honey locust leaves and spines fell upon my iPad cover. Wondering how long it will take to fully feel the relief of a new president and vice president after four long awful years.
December 31, 2020 § 9 Comments
2020 on Wheels © Lynn Wiles 2020
Imagine my surprise when this car pulled up next to me as I was waiting at a red light. I’ve tried to conceal the company name, but googled it when I got home. They are a local company that makes tests for influenza and COVID-19. Not to make light of this year in any way. May the new year eventually get better.
December 27, 2020 § 8 Comments
Birthday Girl © Lynn Wiles 2020
Today is my Matilda’s third birthday aka Who ate the gingerbread man?
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.
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.
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.