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The Grand Ol' Willow

Photography by Linda Treesmith (nee: McRae)
Story by Janet L. Treesmith  (nee: Whitehead)

From hosting soulful folk as they conjured their magical names to soothing the struggling ill, the Grand Ol’ Willow wrapped mortals in the energy of its ancientness and wisdom in a huge space, secretly hidden beneath its extensive fronds. 433 more words

Art Show Kamloops

Insect of the month: Musk beetle

After a break, I started working again at the natural history museum, but this time at the entomology (insects) department. When I worked at the ornithology (birds) department I tried to focus on one bird each week. 304 more words

Lonely willow on the banks of the Spree river in Berlin

Stately and just asking for a tourist to take its picture. This is still part of the European trip I took in May 2013.

It is wonderful to have some thawing. I opened the window to let some of germ laden air out and could hear the red-winged blackbirds and cranes. 18 more words



While the official first day of Spring was few days ago, I only today realized that it is getting warmer and sunnier outside.

I took this photos (above and below) when I was walking home from college. 85 more words