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4/12 vine maples dance limbs stretch lithe upon grey sky grieving for willow
The snow is almost gone now, just residual piles here and there, but four days ago this is what it looked like in my neighborhood. I’ve always loved seeing snow-draped evergreens, and the quietness of walking in a winter wonderland. … Continue reading
The day is clear and bright, though still freezing and our snow is going nowhere for a while longer! Here is a shot from this morning as the sun was coming up. In an effort to flood Facebook with the … Continue reading
When we moved into our home thirty-three years ago, I discovered a copse of holly (Ilex aquifolium) in the back yard. As I worked the grounds, whenever I found other holly starts, I transplanted them into the copse. Now the … Continue reading
A snow, sleet and ice storm pelted our region yesterday afternoon on through today. It is expected to be over soon, but the temperature is still hovering just above freezing. Here is a shot I took on my walk today, … Continue reading
The origin of the word transmogrify appears to be a perversion of transmigure (transmigrate) and is first noted in the 1650’s. In current usage, transmogrify means “to change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.” This Pacific willow … Continue reading