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Word Press Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

One of my favorite places on Skyline Drive is the poplars. I’ve blogged about them before (here). They are beautiful any time of the year but in the heart of summer a good description of them is dense.

Dawn M. Miller

My kingdom for more

When I was living in Cyprus I spent most of my thirties not being in love with absolutely anyone. Now the tables have finally turned. Since I have moved to London I have been in love with someone almost the whole three years. 138 more words


Magic Moments- suspended#2

Abstract spring trees: pictures and poem by me. Inspiration from Salal Studio.

9×12 fluid cold press/Prussian blue, new gamboge, vermillian, sepia scraped, brushed, and lifted. 55 more words

Watercolor Painting

Tiny Little Moon

It might be tiny, but these poplars breathe in the slow breath of its tides, not in the fast one of that jet speeding south to Vancouver overhead. 15 more words

Nature Photography

Multi-coloured Mallows

These marshmallow twists are literally my happiness right now!

They are soo good. I picked up a packet in Frosts garden center with my parents a few weeks back and they were so tasty I wanted to go back and get another packet; only problems is they close before I finish work during the week. 14 more words

January 17

The Relationship Between Ruffed Grouse & Poplars In Winter

Poplar (also called Aspen) buds are an important winter food source for wildlife, but for none as much as the Ruffed Grouse. During the course of a year, a Ruffed Grouse may feed from as many as 100 species of plants, but in the winter, species of poplar are by far its most important food source. 165 more words

Poplar Grove on Skyline Drive

There is a place on Skyline Drive that my local photog friends and I are all drawn to. I always called it “the straight up and down trees” others say they refer to it as simply “the trees”. 41 more words

Dawn M. Miller