Autumn Leaves

Beauty From A Different Perspective Autumn usually makes me feel semi-depressed.  Knowing that the growing season is coming to a close.  Leaves change color and drop off, leaving plants and trees with nothing but bare branches.  A bitter cold winter is waiting around the corner.  The whole perspective of everything coming to an end has... Continue Reading →

First Snow Fall Of The Season

Not Much But Still Beautiful I woke up this morning to see snow falling outside.  The temperature is cold with no wind so the snow stayed on the leaves and on the ground.  Lucky that I've gotten everything I needed done in the garden before the weather got cold and snow fell.  We insulated our... Continue Reading →

November Garden

After being Beat Up By Two Storms A little over a week after Hurricane Sandy rolled over our area, a Nor'easter rolled right in and brought us 6" of snow over night.  After the storm cleared, the temperature slowly creeped up to mid 60° F, and then the rain hit today.  Not much left of... Continue Reading →

Before the Curtain Closes

And Before the Rain Washes Them Away It's raining again tonight, actually it has been raining on and off for the past two days.  It's just drizzle now.  Luck was on my side yesterday; gave me a chance to take some photographs of fall colors before the rain washes them away.  Not much left of... Continue Reading →

Mostly Green Now

Stretching Their Arms and Legs Out Green all over again.  Spring is the season I love most.  It's not too hot, not too cold... and green.  I love seeing our garden slowly waking up from a long winter sleep, pushing their leaves and flower buds out.  I feel really itchy at this time of year;... Continue Reading →

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