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

Looking across Spa Creek, Annapolis - St. Mary's steeple, Annapolis Yacht Club in the foreground, the beautiful old wooden domed Capitol building, standing proud in the background.  With a thin layer of ice on the water, an ice breaker discreetly and silently cuts a path

A stunning country scene along Route 66, Missouri

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