Stuff & Nonsense: wordless wednesday

Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts

13 February 2019

#WordlessWednesday: Brook

All the rain & snowmelt have given Birge Pond Brook new energy.

06 February 2019

#WordlessWednesday: Loom

Loom at Bloodroot Vegetarian Restaurant (& bookstore!) in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

30 January 2019

23 January 2019

#WordlessWednesday: Birds

Titmouse & Red-bellied Woodpecker

16 January 2019

09 January 2019

#WordlessWednesday: Squirrel!

Gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) waiting for the coast to clear
before, no doubt, raiding a bird feeder

02 January 2019

#WordlessWednesday: Picture Purrfect

"Picture Purrfect" 750 piece jigsaw puzzle from Buffalo Games's Cats collection. Illustration by Charles Wysocki.

12 December 2018

#WordlessWednesday: A Bride

My mother with her mother and stepfather in their backyard on her wedding day, 9 September 1972.

14 November 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Old Cat Is Old

Little is very old now and smelly and weird, but also still very soft and snuggly.

07 November 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Gate in Autumn

Gate leading to the Shôyôan Teien, College of East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University.

17 October 2018

Wordless Wednesday: River & Sky

The sky and the river; the river and the sky.

10 October 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Wild Asters

Wild asters blooming along the Farmington River.

03 October 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Sage

Love the soft, velvety texture of sage leaves.

19 September 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Corn

Always—I never knew it any other way—
The wind and the corn talk things over together.
And the rain and the corn and the sun and the corn
Talk things over together. ("Laughing Corn," Carl Sandburg)

12 September 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Butterfly Weed

The butterfly weed has begun blooming again. I've never had a second bloom from it before.

05 September 2018

29 August 2018

22 August 2018

15 August 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Fancy Queen Anne's Lace

Never seen so much red in Queen Anne's Lace. Wonder what variety it is.