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Category Archives: nature
This has been an action-packed summer, which is why I have not had much time for blogging. I apologize for some of the long silences. However, the kids are starting school soon (a few days a week), and I have … Continue reading
I decided to post a few more images from Bloedel Reserve. If you ever in the Seattle area, a trip to Bainbridge Island and the Reserve are well worth a day trip. The forest and gardens are lovely… …the moss … Continue reading
I just returned from a trip to the Pacific Northwest, where we were blessed with a break from the Houston heat, at least for a couple of days, until even the greater Seattle area experienced at least one 90 degree … Continue reading
my echeveria produced flowers this spring. i have never seen an echeveria flower and didn’t really know they produced flowers. but why wouldn’t they? other cactus and succulents produce flowers. anyway, it was an amazingly small and detailed flower and … Continue reading
… on my next door neighbor’s tree.
here is one of many flowers that have been blooming in my garden this spring. i love columbines. their flowers and leaves are so delicate.
i am still waiting for the 4-foot wide canvasses to arrive in the mail. I hope they turn out ok! *UPDATE: I should have clarified this original entry and said that this was my favorite image of the ones that … Continue reading
Here is another image that I ordered a 4-foot-wide canvas print of. I am hoping the prints arrive next week. I can’t wait to see how they turn out! *UPDATE: After I received the canvas prints in the mail, my … Continue reading
I just ordered a 4-foot-wide canvas print of this image. I can’t wait to see how it turns out!