Be joyful even though you have considered all the facts...practice resurrection. -Wendell Berry

Monday, February 29, 2016

triptych 28




-stem number two from our apple blossom amaryllis, which bloomed six weeks ago.
-our neighbors at the bottom of the hill are sugaring!
-wild winds have blown dark clouds across the sky, with brief and tiny peeks of brilliant sunshine. culverts rushing with snow melt, muddy ruts in the road...

happy leap day, friends! 

7 comments:

  1. Great photos, Karen. The last one is a classic. Beautiful!!!

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  2. For those of us who live elsewhere, can you explain 'sugaring' for us please?

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    1. anonymous...for info, check out this website...
      http://vermontmaple.org/

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  3. Beautiful!
    That's my favorite kind of sky!

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  4. I do love your triptych's Karen! A great moody sky in the last photo! :-)

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  5. That last photo has so many unexpected colors, lovely.

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