Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Some Things Still Hanging About in Winter


Sweetgum seedpods and what's left from last year on an oak leaf hydrangea.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Berries, buds and bark: some of what's happening in winter


It can be downright orientating, when being indundated by the unreal and non factual world being presented to you in the news or social media as is happening in our time, to concentrate on what you can be sure is some real world stuff right before your very eyes.


You could get to know some berries or buds or bark this winter instead of bullshit that some reporter or publication is trying to pretend is news or anywhere near real life is I guess what I'm saying in a way.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Red Branches in Winter


Red branches in winter and the days are already getting a wee bit longer? What's there to complain about that?

Monday, January 8, 2018

Winter Grace


Buds, bare branches that seem frozen in a graceful dancer's pose and the remains of last seasons blooms on a winter walk this morning.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

First Snowfall of 2018: Grayson the "Bomb Cyclone"



When the first snowfall of the year has an actual name and introduces you to new words and meteorological terms, I guess that's something.


Grayson as it turns out is an apt name for this pretty gray storm day, but nothing out the window looks like a bomb hit it. It just looks like a blizzard.