It has been an unusually cool and rainy summer so far. I’m not complaining. If anyone has kittens, copper kettles or woolen mittens to photograph, let me know. All photos taken by me with a Nikon DSLR at the Peninsula Park Rose Garden.
Today I was talking with a fellow writer about the trap of inspiration. Don’t get me wrong. It’s glorious when it comes, allowing ideas to dance merrily from the fingers to the keyboard and onto the screen. Inspiration can be triggered by a wide variety of things: a snippet of conversation, visiting a new place, […]
Night falls slowly in July. The shifting wind and striated sky portend of Weather to come. Sensing this, the sparrow, robin and bumble bee work late into the evening. As do I in my garden in the sky, hoping my batteries (both lithium and soul) last just a little longer. The scent of the […]
Last weekend, as I wandered through Colorado, I stopped on a whim at a public park in Longmont. Part of the park is an enormous rose garden, dedicated to the veterans who have served our country. It was mid-day, which meant the bright sun was not in optimal position for taking pictures. It […]
Snapshots from four states, two seasons and one Instagram account from the past two months. It’s hard to believe, but at the beginning of May, we were still waiting for the trees to leaf out. Six weeks later, my garden gave me these. From a sensory garden in Minnesota. Sight, smell, sound, […]