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It forms in all sorts of shapes and patterns.

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While I cannot say I am ready for the arctic blast that is apparently striking the east coast next week, I am a bit curious to see what icy formations will appear on the windows next.

 

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at the bottom of the window this morning

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I must say …

I do love winter light.

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You can read more about the Brooks Estate via this link: http://www.brooksestate.org/

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eggplants blossoming in dark purple and pumpkins blooming in bright gold

while nearby vines bear fruits

in many shades of green

 

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Spring/Summer Geisha, artwork by Zoe Langosy

Spring/Summer Geisha, artwork by Zoe Langosy

I feel like I was just complaining about how long the winter was and now spring is easing into summer.  That’s all the excuse I need to share this post from the past — Embodying Nature Through Collage — about a collaboration with artist Zoe Langosy who is one of the few people in the world encouraged to cut up my photos because she incorporates the pieces into such beauty, like this Spring/Summer Geisha.  Have a good weekend, folks, and here’s to having a good summer. 😉

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If there’s one thing I’ve come to appreciate in New England, it’s that you’re surrounded by all the colors of all the seasons year-round.  These images are from a bright day in Back Bay.

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I have to admit I was much more enchanted by the first few winter storms.  Now as we batten down the hatches for roughly 10 inches of snow tonight, I’m really, really, really looking forward to spring.  I may feel differently in the morning when the sun’s rays strike all the white surfaces.  We’ll see … 😉

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It has been almost two years since my photo essay Winter’s Light appeared in Talking Writing.

Of course I still love the light of this approaching season.

With that winter’s light in 2011, I focused on the illumination of “ordinary objects,” from condensation to old postcards hung on a wall.

With this morning’s near-winter light, I was struck by the illumination of branching fingers of ice.

To view such scenes at the start of the day feels magical.  Feels cold, too, but still magical. 😉

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