The Beauty of a Rose

This year has been without a doubt the most abundant and luxurious year for roses I’ve seen in my many years here in Northern California! I can only surmise it has something to do with the late unexpected rains, a gift from the gods for our drought-stricken state. What a bounty! “An embarrassment of riches,” […]

The Beauty of Spring at Dusk

quince at dusk A funny thing happened on the way to writing this post. I was intending to write about gathering together resources to help ensure our body’s best spring into spring, and I will, in fact, be writing that soon. However, thinking I’d include a few spring blossoms in my post, I took my […]

Bark

Perhaps it is inevitable that my attention in winter would be drawn to the barren trees, devoid of distracting leaves and even branches, the trunks of trees quite bare, revealing, simply, bark. I decided to bear witness to those that share the spaces I occupy in my daily life. Here they are, their varied beauty, […]

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