November, 2020: a preliminary report, in pictures. The neighbor children, now learning at home because of the Covid-19 pandemic, are freed from having to attend school. They roam the neighborhood, […]
We’re headed into the third week of November. We’ve had some beautiful stretches of “Indian Summer” this fall. In the last two weeks almost all the leaves have fallen from […]
Autumn leaves are brown… And red. And yellow. And oranges And children play in the sun.
This has been a wicked exhausting year, with way too much heat and way too little light. As I’ve been thinking about the dislocation and turmoil we’ve been enduring, I’ve […]
Sometimes things can look better in black and white.
They say we’re made of stardust. That every atom in us comes From faraway, from eons past… The other day I looked down On the swirling patterns In an autumn […]
Bold greens have left the marsh. Pathside grows groundsel… Which has a surprise when you move near. Strong colors tinge sepals… Purple? Magenta? Amaranthine? Close looks carry rewards.
If you were going to reincarnate as an animal, you’d be doing OK to come back as a cute, coddled, Coquinadog. You all know that she’s been cute since Day […]
Have I seen anything interesting lately? There were some fine clouds the other morning, when the south wind blew. There were two small deer hanging around near the brook. So […]
Seeking crabs, we went to Quansoo They were there. We got some. When we had enough. When we’d had enough. We went to the beach. And saw the moon.