Stonecrop Gardens, Cold spring, NY, 2013. I think it’s time for another visit!
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Seating.
Notice the “no dogs allowed” sign in the upper right corner of the photo below. I guess it doesn’t apply here in the Algarve, Portugal 🙂
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Indoor Seating.
The doors of Lisbon Cathedral. Lisbon, Portugal.
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto challenge: Locks, Keys, Knobs, and Handles.
like inhalation and exhalation
is the inflow and outflow of sea to land
blessed with light as a new day rises
another breath, and another, and another
a continuum, yet a new moment each
each a gift, each a fresh possibility
copyright ©2016 Terry Boswell
This post is in response to three photo challenges…
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things That Are Wet, The Daily Post Weekly Photo challenge: State of Mind and The Daily Post Weekly Photo challenge: Harmony.
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rough rocky snowless shore bereft of winter's blanket gray and naked awaits the raiment of spring copyright ©2016 Terry Boswell
This year on February 4th, there was no snow at Sherwood Island State Park in Connecticut on the shore of the Long Island Sound.
Last year on February 4th, it looked like this… Continue reading
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things That Are Smooth.
little bird shivers crystal falls on beak and down feathers fluff to warm surrounded by frosty white weathering strong winter's storm
I took the photo above from my kitchen window on one of the few days that we had snow this year. So far it’s been a disappointing winter for scenic snowfall. What little we’ve had here in Orange County, New York has not lasted for more than a few days.
Last year was another story. We had several really gorgeous snows. There was one day in particular when the activity at my bird feeders was absolutely spectacular. Throughout the day, a variety of eight or nine different types of birds swooped around the feeders. They were joined by squirrels, chickens, and even dear, all snacking on sunflower seeds in the falling snow.
I took the photo below on that day. Visit my post, A Day Of Memorable Moments to see the rest of the lively, colorful, flurry of activity by clicking here. Seeing those photos and remembering that delightful day still makes me smile! 🙂
This post is my response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things That Are Cold.
We had a day of heavy snow a week and a half ago, but many warm days followed. The snow quickly melted. Today was very sunny and the temperature got up to an unseasonable 58°F. More warm weather is predicted for tomorrow, although it will be accompanied by rain.
I’m hoping the weather will turn crisp again, bringing that wonderful clean smell to the air outdoors which becomes scented ever so lightly with the smell of burning wood wafting up out of the chimney. A blanket of white snow would be nice, too!
These tiny, sweet, wild daisies have made an appearance in my backyard for two years in a row now. I hope they return next summer. Bright orange marigolds always bring a smile to my face so I make sure to plant some every year. Chicory, a common roadside wildflower in the Hudson Valley of NY is always a welcome summer visitor. Wherever it pops up, I let it grow!
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