One benefit of my computer death has been that I can now easily access about 38,000 photos that I’d previously only been able to get to with some hassle. Here […]
Events of the past year have seen my family become farflung. One daughter and her family have moved to the Los Angeles, California area. Another daughter and her family have […]
Who welcomed me into the swamp as I started my quest for the Stepping Stones? A big swamp maple. Some call them red maples. The brook – and too many […]
When I was a kid, my main water haunt was the Tiasquam River, which ran just below my house. From there, its valley extended upstream another three and a half miles. The […]
Martha’s Vineyard is a dump. It’s a pile of material the glaciers scraped from the land to our north and dumped when they stopped. Think of those glaciers of ten thousand […]
Some things look better in black and white. From yesterday’s walk in the woods, here are three photographs. First, the loop of an ancient grapevine as it starts to head […]
I set off on a walk one day. My camera at my side did sway. A fallen branch looked like a creature, Now for you its eyes I feature.