all the stories in between

the beginning is the word

“The beginning is the word and the end is silence. And in between are all the stories.”
~Kate Atkinson

while a few old hydrangea blossoms continue to hold on for dear life
tiny new buds are beginning to form

I am hopeful

Blizzard of 2015

hello Juno

our dinner guest

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hot cocoa break

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Snow storm Juno roared in and left us with 34 inches of light fluffy snow
nice gift, huh?
But seriously, it is the season and I actually think snowless winters are rather boring
By then end of February, I’ll be wishing it all away
but right now, I’m loving the beautiful blanketed landscape and the wonderful quietness it brings.

“It’s being here now that’s important. There’s no past and there’s no future. Time is a very misleading thing. All there is ever, is the now. We can gain experience from the past, but we can’t relive it; and we can hope for the future, but we don’t know if there is one.”
~ George Harrison

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Did you know that January 21st was Squirrel Appreciation Day?

A big thank you to The National Wildlife Federation for including my photo in their recentĀ article.

the calm

the calm

the calm that comes

after all the decorations are taken down and put away
and life once again returns to normal
it was a wonderful holiday season
and like every year previous
it just flew by
now it’s time to get back to our regularly scheduled programming

the start of 2015 has brought some exciting news
a new client and a published photo (Frog Pond Skaters) on a brand new website
that was just launched today…

 

The Colonnade Hotel

Boston

what I thought was probably going to be the size of a postage stamp is so much more and I couldn’t be more pleased. I have to say how extremely nice the marketing people are there, as I’m sure are all their employees.

So if you are heading to Boston, check them out…and please tell them I sent you!

gone by

still life

The trouble with flowers is that invariably, when I’m ready to photograph them, they are not in season

~ Anne Geddes