Monthly Archives: October 2018
The Sky brought down stars this morning Glimmer droplets on pines and branches Fairies flew to refresh Remind there’s beauty in rain
It has been rainy. Walking in the woods I could see everything was damp. The bark, the soil, the plants. Water droplets shined on branches and pines. I was on a mission that day, find the birds. I could describe … Continue reading
I remembering being in awe, seeing the red maples change their leaf color to a fiery red a few weeks ago. I just read that red maples in swamp areas change their colors earlier in the fall than red maples … Continue reading
I will show pictures and videos of evidence of wildlife and other species! There’s also a page where I list wildlife and other species I found.
I went out in the snow. It felt brisk. I first noticed a large white bird. I tried to get a closer look to identify and take a picture but it flew away before I could get the chance. It … Continue reading
I wrote these while I was sitting on the ground by the stream These are poems of observations I made. Eastern Hemlock and Eastern White Pine Luminescence red glow Sunlight radiating It’s furrows Ferns You get lost in the cover … Continue reading
Blog entry Weather: Clear skies and chilly I sat by the waterside. It’s calming to hear the water rushing through the leaves. I expected I would have this routine where I draw or do oil pastels of a smaller region … Continue reading
The leaves are starting to turn colors for fall! Check out the picture of some red maple leaves in my picture page!