I’m going to be publishing some post-dated photos from my stay-at-home days.
The young beech trees remarkably still sport their papery dry leaves.
The Big Melt
Yesterday the temperature crept up above 30, and the big melt continued in earnest today.
Shoveling the stairs
During a stretch, it snowed most days.
The myth of the robins
Mom lets me in on a little secret about robins.
Twenty-seven seconds later, the moon disappeared.
While Nothing Is Happening
What is earth-shattering barely registers, so great is the monotony of this period, so great the fatigue.
Taking a power outage in stride.
Telling time by the bug
After night came, a large bug, nearly the size of a bird, began banging into a floodlight near the front door. It soon came to rest on the front door screen. We peered at it from the wrong side. It was weird looking, longer and broader than an ordinary cicada. We wanted to go outdoors…
We went to the bog
In the deeper parts of the bog, the inky water reflects the sky, its surface spangled with algae and stray leaves.
Dogwood at the blue hour
At night, the flowering dogwood looks like a beautifully painted screen.
The Last of the Big Show
Were we too late to see the ephemerals? The leaves overhead were just beginning to form a dreamy green veil.