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For years I’ve been lucky enough to live in a Victorian house that has a window with old glass producing a rippled view if you stand in just the right place. I’ve watched the seasons change through this window. This is Spring … or at least Spring in my neighborhood … lots of branches with buds waiting to open. Today’s downpour is probably something the trees and shrubs need though I would have preferred a bit more sunshine. I’ll keep my camera handy for when the blooms burst forth.

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Hummelo: A Journey Through a Plantsman’s Life by Piet Oudolf and Noel Kingsbury, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy, and the Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative by Florence Williams. I also picked up a beautiful book about moss. Hmmm. I think I am ready for spring. 🙂

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Many things have caught my eyes in the fading autumn light. Shadows on the ground. Angels in stained glass windows. Parsley fading in my indoor garden.  I have snapped shots of them all and yet it is the detail from two leaves given by a friend that I choose to share this day.

She handed them to me as she raced out the door, baby in one hand, and two leaves in the other. She said she thought of me as she saw them, and as she’s done in the past, she added with a smile, “Now, see what you can do with these.” Encouragement is always good. 😉

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Three seasons viewed through one rippled window. These were the three images selected for the upcoming Riverside Gallery annual exhibit, African American Artists – Passion for a Lifetime.  The exhibit opens with a reception on Sunday, November 8th, 3:00-5:00 PM, and will close January 24th.  FYI, each print (11 x 14) is separately framed (16 x 20).

The Riverside Gallery is located in the Cambridge Community Center at 5 Callender St., Cambridge, MA.  Hope you’re able to attend and spread the word to friends and family in the area. Take care!

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Indeed, ice did cover the windows this morning creating beautiful backgrounds, far off landscapes and whole universes.

I even found a rainbow.

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It forms in all sorts of shapes and patterns.

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