The Last Day

April 1, 2022 § Leave a comment

The Last Day © Lynn Wiles 2022

They changed the months that dogs are allowed on the closest beach, so we can no longer go legally in April through September. Yesterday it was. It looks so calm in this still photo, but the wind was blowing sand in my eyes.

Mutant

March 25, 2022 § Leave a comment

Mutant © Lynn Wiles 2022

My begonia escargot had some kind of disease, so I cut off all the leaves. Three new un-diseased leaves have emerged – two normal and this intriguing mutation.

Half and Half

March 16, 2022 § Leave a comment

Half and Half © Lynn Wiles 2022

Due to a pronounced scar on this tree trunk it created a deep shadow. The moss is greening around it. More crocuses are blooming, but it isn’t quite spring beyond the garden.

Annual Happy Day

March 12, 2022 § 4 Comments

Annual Happy Day © Lynn Wiles 2022

For about one hour yesterday my tiny crocuses bloomed. They are again closed up tight and will hopefully make it through all the bad weather this weekend to make Monday another happy day.

Fuchsia Cage

March 2, 2022 § 1 Comment

Fuchsia Cage © Lynn Wiles 2022

My fuchsia is blooming indoors and I never noticed before that there’s a phase between bud and bloom that looks like a cage.

Spring Tease

February 23, 2022 § Leave a comment

Spring Tease © Lynn Wiles 2022

It rained last night. Springlike temperatures today. All the snow and ice has melted to reveal crocus greens emerging from the ground. But wait, snowstorm on Friday with below freezing temperatures for the following week. Spring will have to wait.

Afternoon by the River

January 25, 2022 § 4 Comments

Afternoon by the River © Lynn Wiles 2022

The light was lovely yesterday between the docks in the shallows of the river where melting had begun.

In Between

January 11, 2022 § 2 Comments

In Between © Lynn Wiles 2022

From the other day when it was above freezing. My birdbath gives me interesting abstract views in the winter.

Snow Roses

January 8, 2022 § Leave a comment

Snow Roses © Lynn Wiles 2022

I don’t know how these swirly patterns of snow were formed, but they reminded me of simplified roses.

Stripped Bare

December 31, 2021 § 4 Comments

Stripped Bare © Lynn Wiles 2021

Somehow this tree, devoid of its bark, bare and raw seemed fitting to end the second year of the pandemic. But there is also the beauty of the abundant lichen and evergreen as well.

Happy New Year to all.

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