I’ve always known that knitting brings all kinds of wonderful. When I was little it was a sweater, hats, mittens and the best Cabbage Patch and Barbie clothes knit by my grandmother and her friends that none of classmates/friends had. Now that I’m older its the projects I make myself or friends make for me… Continue reading Knitting Attracts All Kinds of Wonderful
This was a spring image if ever I saw one. The pine cones that fell over the winter laying alongside the newly blossomed crocus. I just love spring!
Even after its petals have dropped a sunflower still has something to give. Seeds to the birds and the memory of sun on your face and the fragrance that comes from the garden on a warm September day. It won’t be too much longer before we’ll have blooming flowers again – especially if Maine’s weather… Continue reading Floral Friday – A Winter Sunflower
I couldn’t tell you when I first started to love making photographs. I’m not one of those ‘I’ve been taking photos since I was a kid’ kind of stories. It’s been gradual; less than 10 years that I’ve really enjoyed the art. I find the more I shoot the more particular I get about the… Continue reading Photo Journey – Christmas in Rockland
Is anyone else feeling like there has been a lack of photography on here lately? I sure have. Since I’m the publisher that means its up to me to do something about it….so I am.🙂 I made these photos a couple of years ago on a fall foliage drive we took to Moxie Falls (Maine).… Continue reading A Maine Fall Snapshot
I’ll always remember what time of year the Bittersweet is in bloom because it happens at the anniversary of my grandmother’s passing on October 31st. Last week I’d been thinking about both. I remember going for a long drive after her passing and cutting stems and stems of the bright orange and yellow berries to… Continue reading Colors of a Maine Fall – part 2
This year I missed the best ‘peak’ part of the Maine fall foliage which really bummed me out. As I’ve been dwelling on the fact that I’ll have to wait a whole year to see the bright colors again I remembered that toward the end of October I get to see another punch of color… Continue reading Colors of a Maine Fall – part 1