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pinkbranchespouch

After making that necessary mistake of viewing the morning’s headlines, and after letting my blood pressure return to normal, I decided not to stew in negativity but to find a way to produce positivity. I decided to emulate the wonderful artist Jen Parrish of Parrish Relics. With each new jewelry collection, she gives back by donating a percentage of the profits from the sale of one pendant to a charity. The above pencil pouch can be found in my art of where store:

https://artofwhere.com/artists/wordsandimagesbycynthia/accessories/pencil-case/625020

With the purchase of this pouch, now through November 15th, 50% of the profits will be donated to a local Boston-area charity serving poor and homeless women. On November 15th I’ll provide an update on monies raised. Thank you!

p.s. The origin of the image … one Sunday I needed to walk, so I walked by the river, and these branches are what I saw.

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AllendaleWoods

The Allendale Woods Gallery is now available. You can view and purchase images here: https://photosbycynthia.smugmug.com/Travel/Allendale-Woods/

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thrush3

A young wood thrush perhaps? Its orange chest was speckled black. I startled it a bit as I walked by on the sidewalk. No flapping of wings. It just walked deeper into the brush along the Mystic.

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dragonflymystic

… you get lucky. There are dragonflies zipping all along the Mystic River right now but only this one paused long enough for me to take its picture. I love its wings.

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sunsetinwater

a stream in the Middlesex Fells Reservation

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.wateroverrocks2

It was a long walk by the Charles River from Harvard Square and then along Greenough Boulevard. I had set myself a time limit for venturing forth and then I having to turn back. But somehow I always lose track of time as curiosity overwhelms common sense. There’s always one more thing to see around the bend in the road or over the banks of the river. But no matter how much I ache the following day, when I look at the images, its always worth it.

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