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On a gray, wet day, I chose to shoot the primrose leaf in black and white.  Its veins remind me of trees and rivers, all branching.  I’ve never grown primrose before. Its leaves are doing well, quite well, but no new blooms. We’ll see …

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Mugs are on sale.  I repeat, mugs and espresso cups are on sale in my zazzle shop, ImagesbyCynthia.  Click on any image to learn more.  Most of the images are in the realms of nature and science.

In the realm of food, there’s some new 6×6 prints and coasters available in the JustFood shop. Enjoy!

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post-blizzard patterns on the windows this morning

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It forms in all sorts of shapes and patterns.

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Through the rippled window in black and white.

Where’s the beauty?

I’m not sure.

I just know I find it all mesmerizing.

And I hope you enjoy.

Here’s the view in spring.

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A steady rain falls this day and as the light shifts and the wind blows, beautiful patterns are created upon the kitchen windows.  In the foreground are the raindrops and in the distance are the branches of the towering oak tree, its leaves now dark russet and falling to the ground.

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Reflected in the waters are the usual plants found by freshwater and also the long lines of neighboring buildings.  No fish have I seen at this juncture yet nor turtles or frogs.  The ducks seem to have a good time when they drop in, and there are many colorful dragonflies.

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I was talking with my brother on the phone this morning.  Since the two of us have been known to converse for quite a while, I found myself a chair.  It’s the chair where I normally look through the rippled glass window …

but this morning my eyes rested upon a neighboring wall where sunlight played.

The show didn’t last for long, just long enough, and here are a few scenes from the drama.

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