Hunter Moon & Butterscotch Beech

October 18th, 2013 § 2 comments § permalink

Full Hunter Moon - michaela medina harlow - thegardenerseden.com The Full, Hunter Moon, Rising Through Butterscotch-Hued Beech Leaves

Busy with end-of-season garden design work and autumn planting, I’ve had little time this month to write or update the site with photos. Hopefully, I’ll have a few moments to play catch up and share some ongoing projects and autumn scenes over the weekend.

And having lost all track of the celestial calendar, I was taken by surprise tonight —as if channeled straight from a forest fairytale—  when I caught the full, Hunter Moon rising through the butterscotch-hued leaves of October. What a beautiful sight. I hope you are enjoying the beauty and warmth of these sweet autumn evenings . . .

Hunter Moon 2013 - michaela medina harlow - thegardenerseden.com A Beautiful, October Moonrise in Vermont

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Farewell to February . . .

February 28th, 2013 § 5 comments § permalink

February Sunrise ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina - thegardenerseden A Soft, Snowy Farewell on the Last Day of February

A foot of new snow fell on the hilltop yesterday, coating the last morning of February in a blanket of soft white. With longer days and warmer temperatures ahead, there’s much to look forward to in March. But for now, there’s the beautiful stillness of my sleeping garden to enjoy at apricot-tinted dawn and smoky-pink sunset . . .

Sunset in the Winter Garden ⓒ 2013 Michaela - thegardenerseden.com A Dramatic Season from Start to Finish . . .

February 28th in the Garden ⓒ 2013 Michaela - thegardenerseden.comWinter Still Holds the Garden Seat . . .

Winter at the Secret Garden Door ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina - thegardenerseden.com Laces the Treetops . . .

Cornus kousa with a Dusting of Snow at Sunrise ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina - thegardenerseden.com Blushes the Sky . . .

Blonde-Streaked Garden in Late Winter ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina Harlow - thegardenerseden And Paints the View

Snow in the Back Garden ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina - thegardenerseden February is the Shortest Month . . .

Southern Hills in Snow ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina  - thegardenerseden.com But She Always Seems to Linger the Longest . . .

Winter View to the North ⓒ 2013 Michaela Medina - thegardenersedenClinging with Chilly Fingers to the Hills

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Welcome September…

September 2nd, 2010 § 3 comments § permalink

Hints of the Coming Season – Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) along the Green River

September… Still summer. Some days so hot and humid that the only relief is a trip to Green River. The water is low and the smooth rocks are hot beneath bare feet. I slip along the bank; verdant moss, flickering light and a blurred mosaic of algae-coated stones and silver fish. Still summer… But with hints of the coming season; crimson-tinted vines, gold-tipped ferns, and a surprise of blue asters amongst the greenery…

Welcome September

Hemlock Stand

Where Water Meets Ledge

River Stones

Late Day Light on Green River

Wild Aster

Low Water

Green on Grey

Natural Beauty

Moss Softens Broken Ledge

Green River

Woozy Trees

Green Forest Canopy

August’s Afterglow

Article and Photographs ⓒ 2010 Michaela at TGE

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