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Outside/Inside

Outside, my front yard looks like this: And my back yard looks like this, beautiful with early morning shadows, with about two feet of snow (so far – it ain’t over yet – generally speaking, we get most of our snow … Continue reading

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Maxfield Parrish Sky

Maxfield Parrish lived in Windsor, VT, not too far from where I live. His paintings are well known for their highly saturated, fantastically lit clouds and landscapes. On some days, I think he truly painted what he saw in real … Continue reading

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Plentiful Bounty

In our area of New England, there is a bounty of fruit this year, perhaps due to plentiful spring rain or from plants’ natural response to the dearth of fruit last year. Apples, sumacs, rosehips, barberries, winterberries and that rapidly … Continue reading

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Life during Dormancy

In late November and early December before snow comes to transform the land, the garden seems dull and boring. Almost everything has died down to various shades of brown, from tan to rust to near black or gray. Evergreens provide … Continue reading

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