This hot May and half of June finally ended today. Chilly winds and some raindrops. So…I will have a break for a couple of days…back after the weekend. See you then!
Columns and Vertical Line(s) for this Tuesday – natural ones and man made. The header – my forest Riga, outdoor museum Copenhagen, old reserves with installation Morocco, construction area
My childhood days come back to me – I clearly see them, remember them…and the taste of Summer… Lying in the grass in my grandmother’s garden, looking up at the blue sky …or down at the tiny Veronicas hiding beside me in the slender grass – ”Cat’s eyes” – in Sweden we call them ”Grandmother’s […]Read Post ›
June 9 we had the annual BioBlitz, according to Wikipedia: ”… an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Groups of scientists, naturalists and volunteers conduct an intensive field study over a continuous time period (e.g., usually 24 hours). There is a public component […]Read Post ›
Just before sunset, they walk out in the open – the forest animals. This hot and dry May and beginning of June – I am glad to follow their example… Driving to the forest I pass many fields, and all of them are being heavily irrigated… We all want new potatoes this summer of course! […]Read Post ›
If you know me…you know that the forest is my home. These days are wild orchid days, and when the forest opens up to the light and the stillness of the wetlands and its inhabitants…I will be there for short mindful moments before sunset. Walking slowly, not to disturb anyone or anything, I follow the […]Read Post ›
For the lovely Paula at Lost in Translation – a new word lesson! This time, I had to look up pullulating and victuals. Thank you for the useful knowledge. Interpreted my way. Pictures from Sweden, Switzerland, New Zealand, Poland and Britain. Nascent Maternal Pullulating Victuals Reflective – in […]Read Post ›