Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge “Summer – Fire”

As spring emerges for us here, I look forward to the summer too.  Here are my submissions for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: During the summer wild black raspberries are scattered throughout our forest.  I love going for a hike and snacking on these tasty berries.  Usually, I bring some back to enjoy! Another sure sign…

Weekly Photo Challenge – Relax

I realize it will be several months before I am able to do this again, but this is the ultimate in relaxation for me.  Not pictured, a good book & a glass of wine.  

Changing Seasons – July/August

It has been a busy and fun summer.  In fact so much fun, I missed posting for July.   With the hot & humid weather, I have avoided hiking, leading to less photography.  My Nikon is ready for cooler temperatures. Here is my submission for July & August! Hover over any image above for a…

Weekly Photo Challenge – Vibrant

A beautiful summer day spent exploring the streets of Quebec City, Canada.  I look forward to shorts, sandals and vibrant summer colors. Beautiful, lush, green moss in the winter.   Vibrant colors are scarce come winter time, but they can be found.

Weekly Photo Challenge – Circle

Although this flower looks like a circle, I like to think it also represents the cycle of life.  As I sit here writing this post, most of the plant life surrounding us has gone dormant.  This is a restful time of year, yet time continues on and eventually flowers like the one above will bloom…

Sustainable Sunday – End of Year 1

It has been almost a year since we moved to our little home in the country.  What a year it has been, full of wonderful changes!  After living through all 4 seasons out here, I realize how in tune we are with nature.  Each season brought with it so many new things to enjoy.  Spring…

Sustainable Sundays – Trail maintenance

When moving to our new place, with 107 acres, I knew trails would be a top priority for me.  The previous owner had made several hiking, biking and 4 wheeler trails on the property.  My job, find them, mark them and map them, all before spring. Once spring hit and life re-emerged doing all of…