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January 1, 2021 I like new beginnings. If January wants to arrive newly cloaked in ice, I have no problem. The streets and sidewalks have quickly cleared. All else is encased in glass that changes hues as the clouds struggle with the sun. Ice storms have moods and the photos reflect that. You can watch the same spot for an hour and the ice is always changing. I like to capture it as the last clouds from the storm system linger like a light-charged mist before moving on. The
October 8, 2020 Each autumn is different now. I cannot predict them. When I was a girl, the trees were bare as skeletons by Halloween. Now I can go on a color shoot in November. This year, autumn’s trick is to appear in several acts. It’s as if the trees are changing color one at a time. Therefore it is a long autumn, and I like it. All those warm, fuzzy things that comfort us in fall can linger. An early fall means the pumpkins and gourds on the front porch can be enjoyed in
March 15, 2020 In my immediate family circle right now we have a pregnancy, a major surgery, a member quarantined in a nursing home, and I’m in the middle of moving. In other words, a typical family facing an atypical world. The pandemic will test us. But yesterday – during a storm, no less – I found these blooms in a parking lot between a Covid closed bank and a burger joint operating by drive-thru only. Hope. Something pink, for goodness sake. Hope and good sense will be ne