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“That's what we are now—just ants. Only——" "Yes," I said. "We're eatable ants.”

My tree is mostly off the deck. It is not yet totally upright, but it’s getting there. Clumps are still falling off the branches. The sun is bright in a cloudless sky. 277 more words

Musings

Streams Flowing Downhill Joining into Larger Streams and Moving Quickly.

As the snow began to melt we wondered where the snow/water would go as part of our Foundry Watershed study.  So what better way to see this than to go outdoors in search of moving water.   46 more words

Daily moments Feb 2/16 - returning home (haibun)

Walking under clear blue skies put her in such a mood…spring added to her  steps, speeding up the journey.

melting snow
arms tangled in golden glow… 8 more words

Haiku

Philadelphia Winter by kspics


This was the view right before leaving my hotel after being stranded in the Epic snow of January 2016 for a couple of days. My plane had to be diverted away from my original destination to Washington DC to land here while I waited for airport to open again. 28 more words

Travel

#Travel #500px : Philadelphia Winter by kspics by kspics #photography#IFTTT

This was the view right before leaving my hotel after being stranded in the Epic snow of January 2016 for a couple of days. My plane had to be diverted away from my original destination to Washington DC to land here while I waited for airport to open again. 28 more words

IFTTT

Photo of the Week - January 27, 2016

One of my favorite winter photography subjects is the kind of “window” created by melting snow around prairie plants.  When the sun is shining, dried plants often warm up enough to melt the snow around them a little faster than the rest of the snow nearby.   166 more words

Prairie Photography

Weather or Not

Global warming gave me a gorgeous spring day today in the middle of winter.



I was going to crank out more biscotti today, but the bay and my girls were urging me out. 110 more words

Bay