PASSING THROUGH

Sometimes, morning comes shrouded with mist of a million dew drops falling heavy upon the wings that only wish to fly. . Then there are those mornings when the sun shines golden bathing the world in jewel tones spraying stars on the ground to greet the unhurried steps. Who’s to say what a new dayContinue reading “PASSING THROUGH”

EVERYDAY

Days fold into each other they all look the same – there’s the sunrise, and the sunset occasionally, there’ll be rain. There are the grass, wet with dew and the birds slicing the air the wildflowers dancing in the fields or the bees heavy with nectar. Then there is the garden waiting for nurturing handsContinue reading “EVERYDAY”

I WILL CATCH THE RAINDROPS

I will catch the raindrops enclose them in my palms and dance round and round in circles with my outstretched arms. I will taste the raindrops roll them with my tongue let them trickle down my skin then make pools on the ground. I will touch the raindrops hanging from the boughs and free theContinue reading “I WILL CATCH THE RAINDROPS”

WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY

Chill and fog greeted us on Thanksgiving morning. At this time in Maine, it is not unusual to see the sun a little dimmer, having difficulty to spread its light. Hard frost covered the ground. It seemed as if stars turned to powder and sprinkled everything on their path.  They outlined the grass and leavesContinue reading “WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY”

WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: WEATHER – AUTUMN SKIES

(To see bigger photos, kindly click the pictures.  It will bring you to a sort of slideshow that  I  never knew existed until  3 posts ago.  I wonder if I changed my settings inadvertently.  Or, you may wish to read until the end of the post where a slideshow was inserted.  Thank you. :-)) OneContinue reading “WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: WEATHER – AUTUMN SKIES”

YELLOW AND LIGHT

The last few days have been rainy days for us.  But each morning, when I looked out of the window, I see the sun slanting in the east lighting the dew drops that are on the ground.  The grass blades and the fallen leaves glitter under the light.   Though I am not an earlyContinue reading “YELLOW AND LIGHT”

TRAVEL THEME: FOLIAGE

Foliage. I love them, especially in the early morning when they are moist with dew and the the latter catches the light of the rising sun. The photos of the rose leaves in this post were taken during that beautiful moment when the sun was barely up in the sky. The hostas, on the otherContinue reading “TRAVEL THEME: FOLIAGE”

SUNDAY POST: CLOSE-UP

There have been rains for the last four days. Except for the fact that the rain came at an inconvenient time – during our picnic, of all days! – I was very excited about the rain. Not only would the ground be watered, but it would also coax the mushrooms out of their hiding. ThisContinue reading “SUNDAY POST: CLOSE-UP”

RAIN

The dark clouds trembled Liquid silver mixed with dust frogs sang through the night. It rained a lot during our trip. When I first set eyes on my mother’s garden, I was surprised that there was not much in it.  “The plants died.  It was too dry,” she explained.  The following day, rain poured in.Continue reading “RAIN”