Shadows created an interesting look in the snow laden branches one evening last week in the winter storm.
Happy New Year. I needed to create a ball of cotton for knitting. As I needed 350 gr for the project, I kept weighing the huge ball.
I was gifted some years back with more than a dozen spools of weavers cotton from the 1960. The cotton is a lace weight and my Gemini Pullover by Jan Richards needed a heavier weight. So, I matched two colors, rigged a rack and some poles to easily create the above ball of cotton.
I am anticipating the sun reaching back up into our northern sky. Soon, it will reach the lowest point on the horizon and then head back.
For the first time in our Earths history we as humans have the ability to change how our seasons transpire across this fabled jewel. Sadly, based on our current culture of “I” and “profit”, it may only ever be saved in a series of photographs and stories.
We need our jewel so much more then our jewel needs us.
Reduce, reuse, recycle and use only naturally sourced products that will leave only riches behind in the natural recycling process. Make your choices wisely. If you are unsure of how to dispose of it, don’t purchase it in the first place.
Yesterday was a snow day. The high tide filled the basin creating a path for the light to the newly snow covered Horizon.
The fog over the H2O is back lit by the morning sun.
These delightful California poppy’s live on the edge of the Bern that separates home and the sea.