Monthly Archives: April 2014

SPRING’S RUMBLINGS

Each morning, recently, I have awakened hoping to see buds  bursting green on the branches of my trees.  Well, I call them my trees because they greet me every day, rain or shine.   In the afternoon the sun casts … Continue reading

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RICH REFLECTION

My friend Barry Guthertz and four other photographers had an opening yesterday at a Gallery in Norwalk and the beauty blew my mind.  Figure of speech, but the deep, dramatic color of our planet’s places call for that. I sit … Continue reading

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A GOOD OLDIE

Six years ago I shared this poem with you in October,’08.  Curious that when I pulled this book out just now that I opened to it without planning to. We were then looking at a winter coming, and now we … Continue reading

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