The Covid-19 pandemic locked us all away for months. We are slowly finding ways to reconnect with each other again. While being tucked away, going in on ourselves, learning what it was like to feel enclosed, wrapped up with our loved ones, our thoughts, our music, our writings and the constant, giving nature of NovaContinue reading “Breathing in New Life”
The changing of seasons is upon us and with it memories of winter beach walks, winter beach grass – brownish, golden waiting for the warmth of the sunlight to replenish its green. When I took this photo, my blundstones giving perspective, I thought it looked like modern art or the realism of local artist andContinue reading “Shards of Ice Glass”
Mesmerized… the beautiful evening sky presented an image of his famous fresco. Instead of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, it was Mother Nature’s endless, heavenly ceiling. Instead of the use of his red chalk technique, nature uses her finer, more pastel-like brush strokes, intricately smudging the edges of her subject with blush pink, purpleContinue reading “Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam””
Look closely…a robin’s vacated nest, so intricately constructed, strong enough to endure a cold, blustery winter. I hope she will return this spring to raise her little ones. They will feast on the goodness in the soil and air, helping to develop their lungs to support their “cheerily cheeriup” songs. The nest, a safe havenContinue reading “A Room with a View”
A walk on the beach meant I left my wine glass behind. When I returned, I found it leaning like the tower of Pisa, slightly tilted and asking for a few more drops of Cab Sav! There are treasures to behold everyday and a glass of “beach” wine helps unwind a weary soul.
Appearing out of the ocean mist, ancient sentinels of the past, worn by the predictable tides. I stop…listen…and remember a time where only the seas ebbed and flowed. Acadians and Mi’kmag walked together and shared their resources, their lives and their land. A peaceful life. A grateful life. A generous nature gives back to enrichContinue reading “Sandstone Mirages”