Walking on water
“Do you want to walk back on the trail?”, he said. “No, let’s walk on the beaver pond. We can’t do that in the summer”, I said. Walking on water is pretty magical, don’t you think? The melted mystery paw prints are pretty magical too. 🙄
Wordless Wednesday- A Path Appears
Death and rebirth. It’s fascinating to see this cut log serve as host to so many living things. And nature sharing her love in the shape of a heart even as the first snow began to cover the earth.
Wordless Wednesday – spring rainbow
Winter is back
The temperatures have been weird all winter. January temps more like March, the first half of February was pretty normal with lots of snow followed by a 10 day stretch of April and May-like weather with rivers and streams thawing. The past few days have been bitter cold and windy freezing things back up with…
Local – Weekly Photo Challenge
This little beaver pond is located just into the woods a bit off the access road to the small state forest that we hike in regularly in our town. It’s a place that most people walk or drive right by without ever knowing it is there. How lovely that small little adventures can warm our…
The tree in the forest
It had been a number of years since I’d walked on the other side of the river, the old logging bridge having been swept away in a flood. We had taken our young dog for a walk trying to encourage him to learn to swim and we walked across through the water in our Teva…
This place. It has held my spirit more times than I can count. There is just something about the calm aliveness that is here. Even on this raw spring day the unfolding of green life is palpable. The sound of the flowing water pulls me out of my mind to be present, to smell the…
Love is all around us
Some favorite forest friends – the hugging trees. These trees are in the forest and usually in shade – it’s hard to get a photo in the right light. When we walked down the river they were in shade and then on our way back . . . magic!