April 26, 2020 § 19 Comments
Welcome Back © Lynn Wiles 2020
In the times of the coronavirus, it is nice that nature is still springing up. My checkerboard lilies (Fritillaria meleagris), decided to come back after I thought they were long gone. I’m in a conundrum, my only time out of the house is walking the dog or finding deserted places for her to run off leash. Neither is conducive to photography. I have been enjoying all the spring buds and blooms knowing that in previous years I have posted them on my blog. I’ve been working from home for weeks now and yes, the construction is still going on and on.
December 25, 2019 § 3 Comments
Christmas Night 2019 © Lynn Wiles 2019
A big flake lighting up the night by a tree with lights. Wishing all who celebrate a Merry Christmas and a belated Winter Solstice to all. Let there be light.
December 16, 2019 § 11 Comments
Eleven Years © Lynn Wiles 2019
I started this blog eleven years ago today. Who knew overnight construction (still going on) and overwork (lessening somewhat) would get in the way of this blog? I didn’t, but life goes round and round. I hope to post every now and then.
September 18, 2019 § 10 Comments
Reality Bites © Lynn Wiles 2019
Over my garden fence, the Harvest Moon waning and the bright lights of the overnight construction going on and on. Now in its fifth week. I have decided that considering how extraordinarily busy I am at work by day with trouble sleeping because of the noise all night, I have to at least temporarily give up on everything extra for the time being. This includes photographing and blogging. Otherwise I may go ‘insane in the membrane’ and I don’t want that. Hope to be back someday in the not too distant future.
September 17, 2019 § 2 Comments
Old System © Lynn Wiles 2019
Someone is changing HVAC systems.
September 16, 2019 § Leave a comment
Woodbine © Lynn Wiles 2019
Parthenocissus or Virginia Creeper is native to Eastern and Central US and is related to grapes.
September 14, 2019 § 4 Comments
Beautiful Color © Lynn Wiles 2019
Lisianthus flowers in a shade I’ve never seen before.
September 13, 2019 § Leave a comment
It Wants to Live © Lynn Wiles 2019
Ever since the demise of one half of my pussy willow tree, it has been throwing out shoots in abundance. At first it was around the stump, but now they are migrating up the trunk of the other half. Yes, I’ve been cutting them off and this one made a face.