WALK and WRITE Photos

Reflecting a symphony
Bee sipping from a spotted beebalm
Along the river
the blue heron walks with ease
an elegant soul.
A river doesn’t just reflect its surroundings, it turns them into a feathered masterpiece.
Textures Just Yearning to be Touched
Hello, I am Smiling At You!
When Trees Cry
Look What I Found Along the Trail!
Sing and Sing Some More
The Road Not Taken
Spring Ready to Burst!
Puddle reflection
sun projecting her bright face
on muddy waters.
Chaga Mushroom – Liquid Black Gold!
White Birch Art – Artist: God
Coyote Track
Maple Wings
Milkweed Fluff

A gnome built an igloo
across a frozen lake
its blue shadow ribboning out
upon the glistening snow
I wanted to race him
ski to the other side
then collapse on the shore.

We would spoon our mittens
into the icy goodness
raise it to our lips and
swallow it with gusto
as lofty eagle soars overhead
dips his wing and winks
at our shenanigans.


The North Country Trail runs from the border of New York/Vermont into North Dakota. February 28, 2019
February 22, 2019 – Late February and the snow is deep, deep, deep!
February 22, 2019 – Beech leaves hanging on like brave soldiers.

February 18, 2019 – Hiking through a Red Pine Plantation
Do you feel sorry for trees as they cannot move, rooted to the ground? Or do you feel sorry for yourself having to navigate through life’s challenges?
Curious
Mister Curious
peeks out from a young beech tree
wearing a nice cap.
2-15-19
Baby Red Pine – Walk & Write from 2-6-19 (Starvation Lake Road to MacNeil Pond)
Joy
Joy always exists
it’s just sometimes hidden like
red berries in snow.
(1-27-19)
Bubbles
Let’s blow a bubble
on a cold winter morning
and watch the sun smile.
(1-22-19)
Longing
Crystallized grasses
hang heavy along the shore
longing for the sun
(1-20-19)
Messages
Hidden messages
are found in nature’s beauty
as in a rolled scroll.
(1-13-19)

Gently
Rays of winter sun
now gently warm the forest
filled with morning frost.
(1-6-19)
Enhance
Crystal flakes fallen
upon branches of a tree
enhancing the day.
(1-3-19)