A warm(er) morning here, but there is news of the return of the dreaded Polar Vortex next week. It seems the perfect day to remember a warm, summer dawn’s light.
The pink shell fragment stood out so vividly on the frozen beach. There was no snow around this particular cluster . . . Almost as if the pink shell had melted it all away.
If photographs evoke feelings and restore memories, then this one is evocative on the warmest of summer beach days. The collection of yellows and whites, and the crystalline sand makes this photograph feel warm to me. Not a bad thing … Continue reading
With the overnight blanket of snow out the window this morning, and wind chills in the single digits, it is impossible to not think about warm days by the ocean . . . Shadows often play a critical part in … Continue reading
Yellow! Finally! Celebrate! Bright sun streaks across the yard, daffodils, forsythia, and gentle warmth. It is no wonder that my eye was drawn to this pebble on a cold day in February. It is also no wonder that I was … Continue reading