Cusps of seasons and days

The cusps of seasons and days can often hold tension and beauty.  We woke to the sound of thunder as a storm was starting to roll through, yet the eastern horizon held a hint of color.  As the rain started to come down, I could see the droplets hitting the open water.  Further out on the lake was the edge of the black ice that was starting to go out, and on the opposite shore was the white ice and snow that hadn’t thinned yet.  It was a wonderful experience – both visual and auditory.  The loons are back in the area, and  the geese, ducks, and swans were all contributing to the soundtrack.

In my own life there is a change too, as I retired from my corporate job and am transitioning to the adventures I’ve been looking forward to all these years.  I began this blog in January of 2009 with the purpose of sharing the beauty of my world and to give me the incentive to photograph each week.  And what an amazing journey it has been — so many sights, so many surprises, and so much to see!  My plan is to continue this blog however my posts may not be quite as consistent in timing.  I hope you will continue along with me and share in my upcoming adventures.

 

7 thoughts on “Cusps of seasons and days

    • lindastaatsphoto May 2, 2018 / 8:08 am

      thank you! And yes, spring has finally arrived…in all it’s wonderful glory!

  1. Kim Snyder May 1, 2018 / 9:40 pm

    Congratulations on your next adventure Linda, I’m so happy for you!! Well deserved, and what a beautiful chapter it will be?!

    • lindastaatsphoto May 2, 2018 / 8:10 am

      Thanks, Kim – and so good to hear from you. We’re planning new and wonderful adventures!

  2. Kathleen Saladino May 7, 2018 / 6:37 am

    Simply awesome. All the best to you in retirement!!

  3. Dave Shores May 9, 2018 / 8:34 pm

    Beautiful photo. Congratulations on retirement. I retired about 3 years ago, and my only regret is that I didn’t retire earlier.

    • lindastaatsphoto May 12, 2018 / 5:34 pm

      Thanks, Dave – glad to know you’re doing good and enjoying your retirement. Your comment about your only regret is that you didn’t retire earlier is one that I’ve heard from multiple people. I’d say that’s a great recommendation for retirement! Thanks again!

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