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Tag Archives: watercolor painting
There was snow at dawn this morning. A tranquil beginning bringing us one day closer to the beginning of a new year.
Several years ago my sister gave me this cute little gardening stake. I’ve been gathering weed seeds this week. That’s right. And I plan to scatter them and plant rows of them around my yard for a bumper crop … Continue reading
I said goodbye to the garden this afternoon. The sky is a clear blue, there is a chill in the air and frost/freeze warnings are in effect for tonight. I walked back to the house with a huge bowl of … Continue reading
One Spring I came across a little Moonflower seedling nestled among the Morning Glory vines in a local greenhouse. I’ve planted several every Summer since then. What a magical plant! Moonflowers are night blooming cousins of the Morning Glory. The … Continue reading
I love the smell of the garden this time of year. Yeast cells working their magic on the over-ripe remnants of a bountiful harvest. The sweet aroma of fermentation, the scent of woodsmoke in the air and fragrance of bread baking … Continue reading
“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” Henry David Thoreau What appears to be a cluster of snow-y ice crystals in the stenciled design above is really a flower from Queen Anne’s Lace, a common … Continue reading