By the Light of a Full Moon

We had a lovely day today trekking down to the Clarendon gorge and searching for Antique Vermont crocks. Before another delicious meal from Sissy’s, I caught the full moon rising from the east through the birches over a stone wall.

Fabulous Feathers

March 2020 – My brother, Alex, photographed this barred owl outside the kitchen window at the farmhouse. Its contrasting brown and white vertical and horizontal feather patterns create a beautiful mosaic. While Vermont in March- known as mud season- can be damp, cold and wet, today the sun offers a welcome glimpse into spring.

Blissful Grazing

June 2020 – Just down the road, this is one of our neighbor’s cows on a typical and beautiful summer Vermont day.

With Loss Comes Renewal

This summer garden of fern, cone flower and chives is on the site of what was once a horse barn. What we lost when the beautifully weathered barn boards came down, we’ve gained in a new garden!

My Beloved Vermont

I do not consider myself a writer nor a photographer. Before the pandemic I didn’t really have the time or desire to document my observations of the natural world. Since the pandemic, when not arranging flowers or meeting with customers, I have been fortunate to  more clearly see the world outside my door, whether it […]