Time for walkies!
Another spring day in May. What else can I say?
A Saturnalian Rhapsody
Saturday at my home in Nova Scotia. Continue reading
A little breakfast for the soul. Continue reading
One of these days I suppose these early morning walks will lose their sense of wonder and amazement, of discovery and excitement, even when treading the same familiar paths.
Until that time you’ll just have to endure my endless attempts at creating a vicarious online experience of it all to share with the world in hopes that someday someone will come join us. Continue reading
Sunday, June 5, 2016 was gray and drizzly. We still took our usual walk down Beersville Road and back around the property and the meadow.
Something about the light on overcast days enchants me as much or perhaps more than on those glorious shining bright days where the colors pop so vividly. I think it’s because it requires me to look even more closely at what I’m seeing and take my time to be fully in the moment and savor the subtlety of the many shades of green and the other colors that are overwhelmed by the preponderance of green—did I mention the green?—the yellows, and blues, and pinks, and purples, and more. The more you look, the more you see.
And as usual, this video is also a story of me trying to take photos while wrangling the expert photo bomber aka George, and tapping into his excited and energetic experience of the greatest of all pursuits: Walkies!
Another phone app generated attempt to share this morning’s ambulatory excursion around the little corner of Pennsylvania we call Happy Hollow.
Going through my folder of video projects to clean out old versions and aborted projects, I found I’d started to make one from this day’s shoot on September 4th and never finished it.
On revisiting it, I decided to pick some different music and go ahead and generate yet another of my photographic journals of a day spent not doing a whole lot, but well spent nevertheless. Continue reading
Over three very summerlike days in early October, George and I expanded the radius of our explorations from one side of the wide bay where we built our new home to the other. Continue reading