Monthly Archives: January 2015

Project 365: A Week of Mixed Emotions

I had a tremendous shandy of thoughts and feelings during this week. These pictures illustrate this – some literally, some figuratively or symbolically… January 18: A very mixed sky. A bit like my mood that day. January 19: I found … Continue reading

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My Sunday Photo: 25 January 2015

I found this in my father’s garden. It seemed to say “New life, new hope.” it is, of course, the shrub that gives those heady-scented purple flowers of which I am so fond!

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Project 365: The Middle of January

Here we are again… It’s on with the show! January 11: Late in the day, I saw this witch hazel bush in flower. It has a strange, heady scent, as you might expect. January 12: Even when disposing of things, … Continue reading

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My Sunday Photo: 18 January 2015

I just found this on a log at the side of my garden. Beauty in nature takes so many forms!

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Project 365: The First Full Week

And on with another seven days we go… January 4: That day was frosty. And frost never disappoints in the beauty stakes. January 5: Not such a cold day, but I’d been working outdoors. Wood fires are therapeutic in several … Continue reading

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My Sunday Photo: 11 January 2015

Sunshine: the subject matter of poets, painters, and singer/songwriters for generations, as well as photographers. I had called here only briefly, driving by, to clear my head after some things I had attended to. As I was about to leave, … Continue reading

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Project 365: The Start

A photo a day, for a year…? I’m giving it a go! January 1  This was on my window sill. It just seemed symbolically appropriate for the new year. Especially the buds; reminiscent of hope. January 2  I never tire … Continue reading

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