Tag Archives: Gardens
The musings this morning are where the heck was I yesterday for my Sunday Traveler. Not able to make myself sit down at a computer, feeling antsy, anxious, at a standstill. I’ve had days since our “shelter in place/social distancing” … Continue reading
In the garden of my then house, getting the fright of my life when I got a close up of what I thought was a cute little grasshopper. Is it licking its chops and eyeing me? A couple of quick photos, … Continue reading
If a zen magazine should call and request a cover photo for an issue on finding zen in the garden, I would send them this one. Photo taken at Nepenthe, Big Sur, California. The Weekly Photo Challenge has more entries here. … Continue reading
The poetry of the earth is never dead ~John Keats Look closely What seems dead is not Returning life
Warm daytime sun shines gently snuggled under the patio Cold nights look for victims
Yesterday, I introduced you to High-Hand Gardens in Loomis, California, and the glorious fall colors of the trees. Today, we have some of the water features there.
A forgotten angel smiles Vines growing wild The garden is safe A forgotten lantern left Dark shadows hide The garden is bright
Visiting someone in the hospital today. 31 years old. A brain tumor. Surgery in the morning. I pass a rock garden by the elevators and think that each rock there is but a pebble; insignificant, yet together, make the story.
We woke up to a light rain this morning, making for a beautiful cascade of rose petals in one corner of the garden. Photos by Angeline M using iPhone 4s Camera+