Snowbirds

February 10, 2021 § 8 Comments

Snowbirds © Lynn Wiles 2021
Actually clumps of snow, not birds, but also the name of folks my age who flee to warmer climates in the winter. Too much snow, too much ice, too much cold. I don’t like February.

Elm Body

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.

Just the two of us

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.

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.

Where the leaves went

November 20, 2020 § Leave a comment

Where the leaves went © Lynn Wiles 2020
A beautiful maple, now bare, surrounded by carpet of leaves.

Brown and Bare

November 19, 2020 § Leave a comment

Brown and Bare © Lynn Wiles 2020
Some leaves remain, although most are gone now.

The River Path

November 17, 2020 § 2 Comments

The River Path © Lynn Wiles 2020
Bright sumac, evergreen, lessening of leaves on the path along the river.

Day Stars

November 14, 2020 § Leave a comment

Day Stars © Lynn Wiles 2020
I rounded a corner on a blue sky day and the remaining leaves looked like stars twinkling.

Exhalation

November 8, 2020 § 2 Comments

Exhalation © Lynn Wiles 2020
A beautiful way to end a beautiful day in the USA.

Somehow Symbolic

November 7, 2020 § Leave a comment

Somehow Symbolic © Lynn Wiles 2020
While admiring a colorful tree yesterday, a beautiful blue sky autumn day, I found a paper wasp nest. A marvel of insect engineering, but I wouldn’t want to get too close. I googled paper wasp symbolism and there were a lot possibilities, so I don’t have a clue – do you?

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