"...lichen (tiny but relentless!)..." Quote from A Walk In The Woods by Bill Bryson Another wee nature heart, this one found with a lacey collar. In case you didn't notice, I've got a theme going towards Valentine's Day. Tune in tomorrow for the next installation!
Fences stand with great intent - to keep in, to keep out, to keep safe, to shield... And despite focused planning, they may stand, too, as an unintended canvas for those who subscribe to these words from a renowned ponderer: “The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” - Henry David Thoreau
Beauty invoked by weather shifts can be found in all manner of places - including a curb gutter. Classic scenery drama right there alongside my boots - soaring mountain peaks, plunging ravines, wind-gusted clouds, and a brooding storm system hovering over yonder ridgetop . It launched me toward something near to remembered childhood delight found in Jack Frost's intricate window art next to my chilly vinyl school bus seat on a winter morning. It pays - in simple happiness dividends - to keep your eyes wide open for life's smallest graces.