The wild brambles hereabouts start blossoming at the end of May and continue into June.
Understated and yet so pretty.
The other day I was thinking of last December. I went through some photos to remind myself of everything that happened and ran into this gem. At the very end of last year, we were treated to gorgeous, glittering woods after snowfall:
It was really hard to get the light and shadow balanced well; this is one of my better shots, I think, in that respect. The light on the icy trees is so beautiful!
For the U.S.: Happy Thanksgiving! Hopefully the weather will be fine for the holiday.
Here is a half of a November halo from a year or two ago seen through a car window. Beautiful and fascinating, isn’t it?
I’m taking a few days completely off of social media and will resume posting next week.
Somehow this feels like the perfect thing for the beginning of October, even though I spotted it in out driveway a few weeks ago: a teeny, tiny perfect feather.
On the basis of color and shape, I’m guessing a baby turkey. We’ve had a gaggle of five hanging around on and off with their mother and an aunt.
I just love nature – it creates such amazing things!
There’s a new “baby” in our house! The monstera plant grew a new leaf:
I find the new, uncurling leaves of any plants fascinating – the shapes and colors change almost daily, and the shape, especially, can get very ornate. Beautiful.
P.S. I won’t be blogging on Monday due to Labor Day. Hope my U.S. readers have a relaxing long weekend!