2020 has been a year like no other. If you are looking for a special way to connect with your family and friends, I am once again offering my original line of holidays cards and desk calendars. These feature my photographic images and are sure to provide color and joy in this year and the next. The four images here are a sample; more information, along with the complete line of cards and calendars can be found by clicking on the corresponding tabs at the top of my blog page. Please contact me with any questions.
Thank you for following along with my blog journey in 2020. This year has brought it’s share of ups and downs, but there’s always something beautiful outside our doors and windows and I’ve enjoyed sharing some of my sights and experiences with you.
The summer season is full of hardy flowers that can tolerate the heat of August. We’ve had our share of high temps and humidity and some of the gardens are showing the stress of the late summer. But the zinnias and sunflowers are still bright. Their colors represent this season well and they flourish to remind us to enjoy the blooms and the time that remains before fall comes gliding in on those cool and longer nights.
We’re midway through November – a sure sign of the upcoming holidays and the new year. For the past 16 years I have been offering my original line of holiday cards and desk calendars with my photographic images.
These four images are some of the samples for this year. More information, along with the complete line of cards and calendars can be found by clicking on the corresponding tabs at the top of my blog page. If you’d like more information about these distinctive gift items, whether for friends and family or for yourself, please contact me.
Thanks for following along with my blog journeys. I wish you all joy during the upcoming holiday seasons, and a new year filled with beauty and amazement.
It was a cool fall day as I drove past the last farmer’s market of the season and I couldn’t pass it up. There was plenty of squash, apples, and all the cold-weather veggies available, but my eyes went straight for some colorful dahlias – probably the last ones of the season. Their burst of color was a welcome sight and I knew there wouldn’t be anything else flowering until next spring. They have brightened the house and caught my eye as I passed through the room they were in, each time being thankful for this one last bouquet of the fall.
Last week I celebrated what now seems to have been a colorful flourish to the end of summer. I sent some time at the McNeely Conservatory in Como Park. The sunken garden was filled with its summer flowers, scents, and colors. Since that day our weather has been gray, cloudy, rainy, and much cooler — anything but summer-like. How lucky I was to have soaked up the last bright colors of summer!