In “Auguries of Innocence”, Blake spoke of a World in a Grain of Sand. It’s a poem worth reading. My camera’s range is not up to the challenge of Blake’s […]
Let’s take a walk. Let’s go down into the valley where there’s some water. On the Tiasquam River is an impoundment that dates back over three hundred years. Look’s Pond. […]
New England is not rich in flat land, but it’s flat in a few places around here. On the gentle southward slope of the Island’s outwash plain, there’s flatness to […]
Another tree triad.
Three Trees. (Plus geese.)
We’re on the South Shore a lot these days, what with exercising the doglet, but she’s had so many posts lately that we’ll leave her out of this one, and […]
Snowdrop time has finally come to Wishetwurra Farm. For six weeks or more, the snowdrops have been teasing us. Once the earth thaws in late winter, snowdrops are on the […]