Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Treasure is —

There! Over the next few days we’re delighted to have a sequence of snorkeling in Hawaii from another guest photographer, Jane Kennedy Gohl (who also happens to be Jane Bruder K. G., and our daughter!) Jane is an ecstatic frequent … Continue reading

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A Quarry in Becket —

Another amazing photo from Martin Greene, this time of a quarry in Becket, the Berkshires: Many thanks to Martin for his generous sharing. If you’d like to see more of his work, check out his website —

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Another View of the Ocean —

— comes from photographer Martin Greene (who’s generously shared his photos with us before). About this one Martin writes:  “This is the Bay of Fundy, on the Altantic Coast of Nova Scotia. It has the world’s highest and lowest tides, each … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ocean

The glassy green of the Atlantic breakers off the rockbound coast of Maine — The tide rolls in, the tide rolls out, the visitors with their cameras come and go. They are all mere specks in the ocean of time:

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Abstraction for the Until-Recently Abstracted —

The big move is over, we are settled in our new home (surrounded by boxes, but never mind that), and beginning to sit up and take nourishment. A final abstraction from me; next up will be some from photographer Martin … Continue reading

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Abstracts for the Abstracted (3) —

This is it, Moving Day — and an abstract photo of my inner psyche (click on it for full effect):

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Abstracts for the Abstracted (2) —

I’m abstracted, that is: Separated or disconnected; withdrawn; removed; apart; Separated from matter; abstract; ideal; Abstract; abstruse; difficult; Inattentive to surrounding objects; absent in mind. Reason? Moving! There are probably worse things than moving house, but it’s right up there … Continue reading

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Abstracts for the Abstracted (1)—

Mostly people think of modern art when they hear the word “abstract” — But “abstracted” can have other meanings, such as: Separated or disconnected; withdrawn; removed; apart; Separated from matter; abstract; ideal; Abstract; abstruse; difficult; Inattentive to surrounding objects; absent … Continue reading

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So Much for Spring and Daffodils —

Yesterday we had grass again, and daffodils pushing their sturdy stems no longer hindered by the weight of the long winter’s snow: and we hailed the first day of Spring, when it seemed like the yellow glory would break through … Continue reading

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The Loveliness of Spring — and Swift Daffodils —

(The same photo, yes — but to another conclusion, perhaps) We don’t complain of the beauty of a daffodil because it will be dead in a few days, nor of a sunrise because it changes as we watch it. The … Continue reading

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