Sunday, March 15, 2015

Sunflower - a Burst of Summer

This time of year, photos of sunflowers are a welcome sight. I had this photo printed on canvas and it arrived the day of my Windham Garden Club meeting. Being eager to share this burst of summer, I took it to the meeting. Everyone smiled when they saw it. I hope you will too.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Coming Soon to a Yard Near You!

Yes, really. The tulips will be blooming soon. Get ready for color!

This photo was taken last May in my yard.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Flowers for the First of March

It is snowing again. (Sigh) Probably another eight inches. To cheer us up, I am posting a flower picture!

I enjoyed adding filters and adjusting the color. I named it "Hydrangea Bouquet" because it looks like an entire bouquet in this one bloom.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Photos by Joyce Pearson

My friend, Joyce Pearson, is having photographs from her Hands Legacy Project on exhibit.  Joyce and I have been friends since our youngest boys were in the same kindergarten class in Cooperstown, New York. That was many years ago and Joyce and I now share grandchildren's pictures.

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine is thrilled to showcase portraits from Joyce Pearson’s Hands Legacy Project.  Her work will be on display in the UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital, Criser Cancer Resource Center, Room 1302 from March 2nd through March 30th, 2015, Monday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM. An artist reception will be held Thursday, March 12 from 5:00-7:00pm and everyone is welcome to attend.


Special Merit Award in Light Space Time Exhibit, All Photography, February 2015

I am pleased to announce my photo, "The Wlesh Run" received a Special Merit award in the Light Space Time All Photography exhibit, February 2015.

This the "Welsh Run" a creek in Welsh Run, PA.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Birds in Winter

The feeder near our window is a busy place. The birds perch in the rhododendren as they wait their turn to approach the feeder and pluck a few seeds.

Our cat, Maci, lounges on the back of the recliner only inches from the glass and watches avidly. With the frigid winter and deep snow, the level of seeds in the feeder goes down quickly. We drive miles out of our way to buy shelled sunflower hearts. Can't let our feathered friends down, can we?