A very familiar and welcome winter scene in our neighborhood, Canada Geese on the sod farm.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
A great trip to New Orleans, vibrant, colorful, alive and buzzing again after the disaster of Katrina five years ago. What a come-back. Fantastic restaurants, crawfish gumbo and shrimp etoufee, street music and Hurricane cocktails, pre Mardi Gras beads and festivities. A few photos of the balconies, some brightly bedecked with beads and potplants, masks and flags.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Having grown up in a sub-tripical climate, and planting through four seasons, I battle with the winter - not being able to dig in the dirt, plant and pick vegetables, watch buds bloom, vines entwine and climb. But when I stop and look around, the beauty of the winter grasses, grasslands, small miracles surviving and showing themselves through the snow, how can I not look around, endure the cold, breath in the chilly air and enjoy the beauty that is winter. I am..................
|On the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis, Maryland|
|Out in the country, near Old Appleton, Missouri|
|Holly Berries, up close and personal|
|Icy beaches along the South River, Annapolis, Maryland|
|A stunning country scene along Route 66, Missouri|