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sing baby sing

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“What is it? What is it? What is it?” The little girl’s song almost overshadowed that of the bird’s. Her mother, a bit exasperated perhaps, snapped, “It’s a bird!” The little girl’s tune changed. “Where is it? Where is it? Where is it?” As the mother took a deep breath, I stepped forward and knelt down. “Do you want to see it?” She nodded and so I showed her the bird on my camera. I zoomed in too, and she said, “Ooooh! It’s furry!” “Nope, just little feathers,” I corrected. She squinted at me. “But where is it in the tree?!” I stood up and said, “Follow my finger.” And she did, and she was just barely able to make out the bird in the branches that had continued to sing heartily the whole time we were staring down at the camera.

silk in the sun

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Silk cashmere scarf ($94.95) available at shop at Trinity Church. Shipping is available. Just send a note to artandarchitecture@trinitychurchboston.org. Designer Donna McNett created this scarf starting with a photograph I took of the church chancel wall which was designed in 1938 by Maginnis & Walsh. I hope we have future opportunities to collaborate.

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reflections

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in my kitchen garden

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fennel climbing the window

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babysquirrel

in the Public Garden but was too swift, playing with its mate or its sibling or friend from the tree next door, for me to photograph properly. But this little fellow, along the Charles River Esplanade, it stayed still, tucked at the base of a tree.