Overnight Invasion

A silent invader, the snowcreeps in overnight, transforms No weapons of war, just a softblanketing pronouncing victory Invasive and inevitable, we sigh acceptanceand still the river flows, for now. (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: In My Neighbourhood.) Advertisements

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Atmospheric

Orange sky,wire fence –stay out implied. Silken cloudssurf Autumn hues –seasonal moodiness. (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo A Week Challenge: atmospheric.)

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Autumn Blessings

Pre-camera years, I bemoaned the arrival of Autumn as Winter’s harbinger. The lens, however, has the magical ability to transform one’s perceptions. Suddenly, I have new appreciation for golden forests, and white flowers lingering against a backdrop of fallen leaves: Even the robin, typically associated with the onset of Spring, exudes new charm amid the […]

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A Sign?

Remember the Vern and Ernest commercials? Ever since “Vern” has been the nickname Mom and I call each other. Always makes us smile. Who knew our small town houses such fame? (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week: signs)

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Sun and Water

Sun meets waterin a tranquil kiss a perfect pairingnature’s bliss. (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo A Week challenge: sun and water.)

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Hands Say It All

Gleeful anticipation. (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: hands)

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Changing Seasons

Summer greens dig in, regale the warmth of dayswhile Autumn creeps, spreading reds and golds. For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week challenge: changing seasons. .

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