Tag Archives: woods
A frosty Monday here. We had torrential rain in the night and at one point it sounded like hail. Now the ground is white with frost and hail/snow. And it’s cold! But we’re cozy snuggled in by the wood stove … Continue reading
Frost doesn’t seem to have discouraged the mushrooms around the yard.
I’m part wood nymph. I require mountains and warm, dense patches of moss to thrive. ~Vera Farmiga
The year is dying nothing can be done its days were numbered from day one. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Some days this is how I feel too.
Light seeps into the sky behind ever-moving branches, trees, leaves – powerful shadows over back-drop of serene blue. Light bursts out, the day begins. . . I’ve seen this over and over again but never tire of this opening bit. … Continue reading
I sit in a tiny cabin, in the middle of the forest and imagine I am where Emily Carr has been – I see her brush strokes, shadows on cedar bark, sunlight filtered through moss hanging overhead. I smell rain … Continue reading
All the leaves and all the dreams of summer fallen to the ground, unfinished plans like warm duvets of colour in a mound left out in the cold until spring comes back around. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Spiders this year are abundant, weaving their designs in front of the door, across the path, over the windows while we sleep, using what they have at hand to keep life afloat. Our yard is carpeted with tight, pitchy fir … Continue reading
A good year for mushrooms and they are popping up everywhere, so many different ones.
Deer in the woods, can you spot it?