My Rural Wisconsin
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The Opposite of Succulent Wild Life Symbiotic association. Algae and fungi. Food, dye, medication. Grow so slowly. Substrate, skull of deer. Making, on that so iconic symbol of death; white sun-bleached skull bones, A new vegetative life. I like it. Green, … Continue reading
I’ve taken lots of photos with my little pocket digital camera. This week I decided to work on getting action shots outside in the Wisconsin snow focusing on some of my favorite things, my dogs and the birds. Here are … Continue reading
After my visit to the eye doctor I ordered new glasses with new frames … this level of clarity cost over $700. I’ve read thousands of pages, watched hundreds of hours of video on animal training and applied it … … Continue reading
My Year in Bloom by Jeanine Renzoni My year in flowers starts with violas or daffodils. I’m not sure why one or the other wins the race to bloom first. Is it daylight or snow melt or soil heat? Both … Continue reading
It’s Friday afternoon, a sunny beautiful day beginning Memorial weekend. I walked out my backdoor and thought the horses looked stunning in front of the neighbor’s hay-field, which is (unlucky for him) blooming in mustard flowers. I took some photos … Continue reading
We’re back to cold in Wisconsin – 7 degrees overnight and a high that barely skirts the 20s. Our brief springlike weather has blown over. But there is some melting, dripping, ice forming in the bright sunlight and that’s where … Continue reading
Fast silent fire Pervade, absorb, adore, The sun so beloved, Gleams down no more. Dark clouds summit, Pose with god-like style, Yes we fear darkness, But end of light beguiles… I was driving west on highway 64 today as the … Continue reading
I saw this humorous list on facebook (no attribution given), changed it a bit and added a photo of mine with Max in the late summer. It actually is, possibly unfortunately, pretty much true. How’s your dog?
Follow what makes you naturally curious; It will lead you to your passions and purpose. –author unknown