earth suspends mid-spin daylight and darkness shake hands equal on this day dry leaves and seeds fly green shoots push past winter’s grip amber blossoms lift Cheers!
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On a rainy day, time for a bit of cheer. From the archives!
A little brightness on a cold, snowy, mostly cloudy day!
Raspberry canes are in bloom and with the warm dry weather are attracting all sorts of pollinators. This Bombus caught my eye and stayed around long enough for me to get my iPhone and snap these shots. Since I … Continue reading
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Tagged Bombus, bumble bee, gardening, nature, pacific northwest, photography, polinators, raspberry
With no bright sunlight or warmth outside, in order to see what my new tulips look like once opened, I picked three blossoms. To add some other texture and color I added lilac, red-flowering currant and brunnera stems. The vase … Continue reading