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“This November there seems to be nothing to say.” ~ Anne Sexton, Anne Sexton: A Self-Portrait in Letters
At eye level on a maple tree, looks like a bee or butterfly.
The canopy is lovely with the sun filtering through. I think I’m obsessed with Maple Trees.
Maple (Broadleaf) acer macrophyllum A common large, robust tree grows to 90’ high. Confined to South western B.C.Our neighbour has tapped the Maple Trees on his acreage and makes a lovely maple syrupof the sap. Round topped. Sphagnum moss grows … Continue reading
Unwrap it, admire it, enjoy it. And be thankful at the end of it.
A few tomatoes still ripen in the greenhouse. Peas and beans flower again, trying to make up for not producing during the weeks of drought. The garden isn’t ready to go to sleep just yet. The earth is a mosaic … Continue reading
Years ago my friend Bonnie pulled up a sucker from a tree in her yard and gave it to me because I was admiring its beautiful colours. We planted it by our pond. Bonnie is gone now but her tree … Continue reading
“We inherit from our ancestors gifts so often taken for granted. Each of us contains within us this inheritance of soul. We are links between the ages, containing past and present expectations, sacred memories and future promise.” ~Edward Sellner
A spot of sun makes all the difference to a day and to a photograph.