Monthly Archives: November 2018

Fall

I finished my Fall art piece. I focused on the expression of the season and its burst of colors. I wanted to provoke the feeling and beauty of what fall represents. It was so fascinating to see how this one … Continue reading

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Winter is expressionistic

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Winter Poems

Why do we only speak of nature When trees bloom Not when buds point the sky? I admire the white color Patterns painted Of branches and leaves frozen A fossil of recent past. Why is winter seen as death And … Continue reading

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We are left for the soil

There is a time in every leaf’s life when it Falls The ice freezes over their fragile bodies Melt into the ground Blended in ice Birch Maple Oaks will follow Until winter has swept its hand Blanketing the ground Frozen … Continue reading

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Blog entry 11/25

Centennial is covered with snow. It’s a winter wonderland! It looks so different. I got lost and couldn’t recognize my direction on my way to my spot, with which I’m so familiar. It was weird for me that I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Central Park Trail

Often, after school in high school, I would go to Central Park and follow a trail starting on 68th St. I would go across the famous white bridge and through the woody area with multiple trails by the pond. There’s … Continue reading

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Blog entry from 11/21

A lot more leaves have collected in the stream. I didn’t hear as many birds as before but I did hear some birds. There were Blue Jays, House sparrows, and Tufted Titmouse. I spotted and identified a new bird, the … Continue reading

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In the style of Leopold

The snow is close to melted. The Mourning doves yearn in their desire for the feeders of grain and seeds on the bridge post. Birds greet the people walking down the bridge. Families of house sparrows occupy their tangled bushes. … Continue reading

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In the style of Mabel Wright

November falls with leaves. It’s colder but the snow from the storm left. Wings flutter as moving shadows quickly to other trees. A multitude of House sparrows fly in the depth of tangled branches. The Blue jay bellows its call … Continue reading

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Mushroom book!

I got this book to help me identify and learn more about mushrooms.

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