A Late August Flyby . . .
August, Above the Connecticut River, Michaela Harlow, 2014
It’s Labor Day Weekend, and it’s been a long time since my last post. I’ve needed a vacation, it seems, and the time away has been good. Everyone needs a change of scene, and a different perspective, now and again.
I’ve been flying, and painting, and kayaking and all manner of other things —except gardening. Well, things have gotten a bit wild and wooly, and now it’s time to do a bit of late-summer freshen up back at my own place before Autumn arrives at the door. There are berries on the Viburnums and the Fairy Candles are blooming; the garden is calling. Will the scent of woodsmoke and ripening apples draw me back home?
The Deerfield River, Winding Through Southern Vermont and Western Massachusetts
The Shimmering Deerfield River, Massachusetts Side, in Moody, Late-Day Light
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