Tuesday, October 28

Birch Bark

Birch Bark, originally uploaded by addvt2nh.

We can learn a lot from trees: they're always grounded but never stop reaching heavenward.
~Everett Mámor

Friday, October 24

Monarch on purple

Monarch on purple, originally uploaded by addvt2nh.

Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting, small but approachable, butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life. And everyone deserves a little sunshine. ~Jeffrey Glassberg

Monday, October 20

Farm Field

Farm Field Foliage, originally uploaded by addvt2nh.

One of my favorite roads home through hills and valleys and past this lovely farm. None of the black Angus cows were near the road but the fall colors were there. I love this time of year. Brisk air and warm sun on your back, great for being outside.

Saturday, October 18

Harvest time at Spring Ledge

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Rural America. A handmade rustic wagon and an ancient tractor parked at the farm stand caught my eye.

Friday, October 17

The days are getting shorter...

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Savor every moment!!!!!

Wednesday, October 15

Tuesday, October 14


Early morning sun falls upon sturdy trunks.

Friday, October 10

Neighbor's Rose

Neighbor's RoseToday on my walk I noticed that our neighbor had some very lovely roses that where still blooming. It makes me smile when I see simple treasures like this.

Thursday, October 9

Wednesday, October 8

Country Road Take Me Home

I always get home sick when I see a dirt road.

Tuesday, October 7

Sugar Maples Last Hoorah!

The trees are turning color
and the breeze is cold.
I feel pulled to preserve the
brilliance I see before it fades away.

Monday, October 6

Bread & Chocolate, Concord NH

Bread, Pastries, Deserts = Weekend Pleasures.

Everybody needs beauty as well as bread,

places to play in and pray in,

where nature may heal and give strength

to body and soul.

~ John Muir

Thursday, October 2

Wednesday, October 1


This bumble bee was working hard to reach down into
the center of this thistle flower.

Idleness brings want

To work today is to eat tomorrow

It is best to prepare for the days of necessity

~ Aesop's Fable