Winter wears many masks, like a disguise: “a means of altering one’s appearance or concealing one’s identity.” On the other […]
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Streams and Streams
We are made of water, at least mostly so. Without a stream nearby, I would dry up and turn to […]
Mystery upon Mystery
I suppose I’m the kind of person who enjoys a good mystery. I like watching mysteries (particularly British) but I […]
Images of Beauty
These are my photos from A Freethinker’s Gospel After all, Nature is the best “good news,” isn’t it?
For the Sake of Lakes
A sauntering loop by Lake James in the Appalachians presented these peaceful images.
Found a visitor praying on our deck today. I stopped to pray with them. The prayer had no words … […]
Noticing the Unnoticed
In some ways I think most of my life has been about noticing things others don’t seem to see. Not […]
No Holidays for Animals
One of our neighbors came calling this morning of Passover and Easter weekend. A black bear sauntered across the patio […]
Cataloochee in B&W
One of our favorite (and closest) areas within Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cataloochee Valley offers trails and trees, wilderness, […]
Do We Really See Our World?
I wonder sometimes. How dragonflies see the world (BBC) Amazement. . .
Highlands of the Mind
I know that’s not much of a title, but it’s what hiked into my head after a first-Saturday-in-Spring saunter with […]