I’ve been looking back on February’s photos, and have made a few selections. The month had good days for beach walks. With the dog, of course. Tisbury Great Pond is […]
At Squibnocket the waves were coming in. The tide was low. There were pools among the rocks. The beach is mostly rocks right now. And what is this, among the […]
I appreciate random. John Cage was a fan of random. You may have heard of his piece “4′ 33”. You can listen to that piece anytime… Just stop: and listen […]
Quansoo. Crab Creek. A gallery of ice. Pieces of ice. Cracks. Below the ice. Grass waits for spring.
We are a few months away from peony time. Outside it’s still freezing. March has almost arrived. Under what might be the last remnants of this winter’s snow, our bulbs […]
The firstest and fastest lesson I got in Kyoto was that if you just look ahead of you, you’re going to miss an awful lot. In fact, most days it […]
In Kyoto, in the shadows of ever-taller new buildings, older homes may still be found. Many homes are behind gates. A wall of vertical boarding is to the left. What […]
Martha’s Vineyard is four miles off the coast of Cape Cod. All that surrounding water tempers our climate. Over on the mainland, January is the usual coldest month. Since water […]
Coquina the dog. Loves to spend time at the beach. We call her “Miss Fluffbutt. Here she comes. What’s up?