This week's photo challenge suggests we look back on images of 2017 - of course it IS coming up on New Year's Eve, and that's what we do, right? As I looked back, I realized just how many birds were "shot" this year... so rather than picking a favorite, I'm sharing a wide selection of…Read more Birds of 2017
It's been a busy week, and I blame my kids. Every night, I've got something going on that revolves around THEIR social life, up to and including tonight, where I have to go see "The Last Jedi" - and I would totally not be doing that if it weren't for them (OK, complete sarcasm here,…Read more First Snow
As is customary, here is a quick recap on the photos I've posted on Instagram this month. Enjoy!
On the constantly changing Atlantic shore, nothing is constant. The dunes erode, the land shifts - but nothing is quite so temporary as the structures we build here. This pier, held up by a haphazard forest of pilings, is still fighting an angry sea... for now. Photo Credit - Lynn Abbott This photo is published…Read more Survived Another Season
I publish photos almost every day - but they go primarily to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter... and not typically here as "posts". So in case you missed them, here's the recap of all the featured photos from October.
Trees that grow high on mountainsides live a rough life. Constantly battered by wind, rain, snow and ice, they are stunted in height, bent, and broken. This log bears silent testimony to endurance, and the adage that sometimes you have to bend if you don't want to break. Photo Credit - Lynn Abbott This post…Read more Gnarled and Twisted
Our most important tool - fire enabled us to shape the land, to improve our food, to power a growing society. For all that, it's also a source of comfort, light and warmth, and it's hypnotic. Many bonds have been strengthened between people sitting around a campfire staring into the embers, much as our ancestors…Read more Primal