Tag: nature 🏞
Intelligent beings abound
Thirty and under please
photograph by J.L. Munn
Seeing red 🤓
Some days are easier than others. They just flow into a rhythm that gives the impression you have no responsibility in any of it. Today has not been one of those kind of days. In fact I have them rarely over the last few years. But, seeing red doesn’t always have to signify a crisis….
Changing of the seasons 🥺
I think about climate change all the time. I didn’t need Greta to help me with that, but I applaud her for helping those that do. The more I see, the more I can’t help thinking that it’s funny to think that the collective of the middle and lower classes bought into the idea that…
My perspective or yours? 🤓
This photograph reminds me that the framing of a thing really does change how we perceive something. I’ve walked by this tree countless times over the last decade and never once did this part of it come into focus. I framed what I saw, but will leave you to your own thoughts on this framing.
Fall drying fungi 🤓
The last few years, we’ve had more cloudy days than not in my tiny bubble in the world. Judging from the quantity and variety of mushrooms, it seems that, coupled with an elevated number of dead or dying trees, you get a paradise for these little fungi. Because they are everywhere lately, I’m becoming moderately…
Looking up 🤓
When I walk now, I have a tendency to keep my head down. I don’t mean this in a humble sort of way. It was, for a long time, a practical thing. The arthritis made me weaker and off balance. Tripping over an unseen obstacle could result in a fall, a fall for which I…
Eye spy 🤓
Facial features appear on toast, in the grain of a wooden door, even in tea leaves left after a soothing afternoon’s drink. Are we seeing them, or are they seeing us? Some thoughts are just plain fun.