Tag Archives: Seasons

First touch of Winter

The long drought has ended. Rain, day of rain have soaked the soil leaving us with a shortage of around nine inches more to make up for Gaia’s stinginess. What can one expect when there are hordes of misfits torturing … Continue reading

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The Sun peeping…

… through the leaves, causes the birds to chirp, the bees to hum, flowers to open and the dew to start to evaporate. However you have to be up, have your camera in hand and the omnipresent cup of coffee … Continue reading

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The Vacation bump in the road

Do you remember those days as a kid… The day finally arrives when your vacation starts. Into the car, getting on the road and someone, don’t know who, told the Transportation Department that you were Leaving today taking this road … Continue reading

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A bad day fishing…

…is better than any day at work. These people are doing just that on Lake Champlain at Chimney Point. whether they caught any fish or not is of no importance. That only adds to the day’s relaxation. The real reason … Continue reading

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A pastel patch

Never miss a chance to brighten p an area that needs some color. It makes a difference when sitting in the afternoon, enjoying a beverage of choice, or the sunrise caffeine jolt some favor. I just purchased a set of … Continue reading

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Just bathing in the sun

As the days go by these blooms will fade and the new ones now tightly furled and small will open up to take their place. I noticed out in the front of the house, the lavender is making its presence … Continue reading

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For the Hummingbirds

Contrary to the myth that they are only attracted to red flowers, hummingbirds will visit many flowers of assorted colors searching for nectar. Philadelphus known as Mock Orange is a great attractant for them and very hardy. Bougainvillea also attracts … Continue reading

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Magnolia “Little Gem”

This tree started off on the property as a three gallon bucket, has just been transplanted and finally is rooting out. The weather has been dry, we have watered but that isn’t the same as good soaking rains. Anyway, the … Continue reading

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Peach Blossom

March is the month of pink clouds on the peach trees here in South Carolina. I sat on the deck sketching many things but I kept coming back to the peach tree. A fast pencil drawing at the tree then … Continue reading

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Just a little something

Because this is a Leap Year, Spring arrives on 4/20, ½ hour into the day. Since I have way too much time on my hands, and feet, I took off my shoes and started counting back from that magical date, … Continue reading

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