Reach My word for 2019 is reach! I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and had almost settled on something else, when I realized this is perfect! Reach has many meanings: achieve accomplish grasp influence #wordoftheyear
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Cold morning views
Azure skies above frosting coated trees shimmer cold morning colors
Successes: Looking back at 2018 & Looking forward to 2019
This is a departure from my normal blogging. I’m participating in Julie Hedlund’s 12 Days of Christmas so today is when we celebrate successes and I’m sharing mine here. My first picture book is under contract and being released 2/19/2019 to coincide with the full moon! Aliana Reaches for the Moon I have participated inContinue reading “Successes: Looking back at 2018 & Looking forward to 2019”
Charlie – A Charmed Life
Charlie spends plenty of time hiking, climbing and getting dirty. Fortunately, he’s happy to hop in the tub as soon as he gets home. Followed by a nap. This is the life!
Wordless Wednesday sunset
Watching and waiting high atop a leafless tree looking for breakfast Some facts about the American Kestrel: They live in areas with low vegetation and few trees. They hunt by day. They are the most common falcon in North America. They dine on insects, small rodents, small birds. I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s photo, Haiku,Continue reading “American Kestrel”
Full Moon Rising
Braving winter chill we wait for the moon to rise – magical glow begins, backlighting nearby peaks until until until the moon in all its glory lights up the night sky.
Solstice and the (almost) full moon
As the shortest day of the year turns from daylight to darkness, the moon rises. This beautiful gibbous moon, just one day shy of a full moon, brightens the night. This was the inspiration for Aliana Reaches for the Moon. Look for more photos of the moon tomorrow.
Sunset in full color
Sometimes the timing is right. Sometimes the view takes your breath away. Sometimes the colors get better at the end. Sometimes there is art on display for everyone.