Weep

take time to weep for what is gone,
for what has fallen by the wayside, grieve
each petal torn to earth by uncaring storms, … More Weep

Rainy May Blossom

Day 336 of 365 Days Wild was cold, wet and windy, so much so that I nearly didn’t bother leaving the house. The sight of the blossom through my window was so appealing however, that I eventually did venture out a short way. I was very glad that I did. The weather might have been … More Rainy May Blossom

The Blossoming Pair

On day 314 of 365 Days Wild I spent some time with the pair of pear trees in the garden that are just starting to come into blossom. It was late in the afternoon and the light had turned beautifully golden, gilding the pristine white of the unfurling blooms. Whilst I was in the garden … More The Blossoming Pair

Spring Treasure

treasures found in blossoming growth as rain clouds pass beneath multihued promises of future sunbeams This post is for day 297 of 365 Days Wild.

The Indian Bean Tree

seek shelter beneath broad leaves find renewal I’ve loved the tree house tree from the moment we moved into our new house. At first, though, we had no idea what sort of tree it actually was. Generally, I’d simply admire the way the evening light lit the leaves. During July, however, we were given a few … More The Indian Bean Tree

More New Growth

I thought I’d share some pictures I’ve taken around the garden and village over the past week. A lot has been happening, growth-wise. At the beginning of the week the fruit trees in the garden were still in bud. As the days have passed they’ve all come fully into bloom. As you’ll see, I’ve taken lots of … More More New Growth