Wander with me

Milkweed meadows

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A storm of milkweed fluff flies in fields filled with drying pods as I walk in meadows of sheer delight. Fairy dancer seeds floating on the wind that bring joy and laughter to my childlike heart. Natures gifts that will lay in wait until springtime, the circle ever turning, New Moon blessings to all as we approach Autumn Equinox's equal day and night next week.

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Harvest Full Moon

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September's Harvest Moon brings a chill to Vermont evenings and the potential for frost threatens tender vines and vegetables. Flowers of autumn arrive, asters and goldenrod brighten the fields along with my favorite angel winged gladiolas that grace my circle garden.

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light filtering through trees

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A friend shared with me that Komorebi is the Japanese word for light filtering through trees.  This photo captures the essence of that light I love at the end of the day before sunset. The lush green landscape of August, summer already at its midpoint, may this beautiful light fill your heart with wonder. Enjoy and be well.

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Garden Light

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Sitting on my porch the darkness deepens on this New Moon evening yet the solar light beside my walkway casts rays upon plant tendrils.  White flowers scattered throughout the garden dance within a gentle wind and looking skyward pinpricks of stars begin to sparkle, beckoning me out into fields I know well.   I watch each night, the sky ever-changing, the moon my monthly guide from dark to light.  This time portends each one of us to enlighten the world with our own unique radiance and love.

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Summertime changes

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It’s an understatement to say that life has certainly changed with covid-19, The ways in which we go about our daily lives has turned completely upside down.  Personally I am missing the connections that I have enjoyed for many summers sharing my artwork at Waitsfield and Stowe Farmers’ markets with people who visit our beautiful state of Vermont. The details of my landscape collages have always elicited great conversations about nature and were often more important than my sales.  Concerns with the environment, global warming, botany, gardening and creativity are just a few of the topics that have inspired me...

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