Colour In the Winter Woods

At a glance, the winter landscape in New Hampshire may seem somewhat monochromatic. Right now, there’s a vastness of white snow, a multitude of tree

write 31 days: dreamscape – day 29

One of my favourite poets is Louise Glück, who recently won the Nobel Prize in Literature. This is from her poem “Witchgrass”: I don’t need

Six on Saturday: Isolation Walks, Round 2

Six photos each from walks to eight nearby spots (all in New Hampshire) between the end of March and the middle of April, during the

Six on Saturday: Isolation Walks

Six photos each from walks to five nearby spots (all in New Hampshire) between 15 March and 27 March, during the global Covid-19 pandemic. At

Wearing of the Green

When I visited Wells Reserve at Laudholm in late January and again just last week, I noticed the different greens and took photos to share

Write 28 Days: Landscape of Memory ~ Garden of Graves

This month, I’m writing words and posting images relating to the landscape of memory. I hope to write poems most days and also share photos,

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