…walking in the shushan woods…encountering altars…
…in the woods and on the walls…timeless travels
Harry invited me to go fishing with him this morning along the Battenkill. We brought along the dogs and had a wonderful time before the rain hit….
love the slowness of fly fishing and how much Harry loves it.
He has had a great week on the river, catching fish the last two days in a row… and deepening his relationship with the Battenkill…
Sammy took up her post, guarding the fisherman.
Willow is an intrepid explorer, wandering the shore…
When we are upstate, we walk along Binninger Road with the dogs several times a day. I love the road, the fields off it, the vistas and small delights.
In my wonderful photographers’ workshop (Inspiration, Insight and The Creative Process: The Expanded Vision), Palmer Davis asked us to create a series of still life portraits of home. I took the opportunity to look at our country home, new in our lives and new to my camera…
We have the great joy of having a second home in the woods in Shushan, NY in the farm country of Washington County. Here is what morning looks like in late spring.
While over 2 feet of snow fell in NYC yesterday, we spent time upstate, walking along the Battenkill River with our two dogs, Willow and Samantha. The air was brisk and crisp and a little sunlight burst through the clouds. … Continue reading
We took our dear friend Lonny for a walk at Georgi Park, along the Battenkill River in Shushan. Last light, first snow during the night, rain off and on… creating a beautiful landscape and a very sweet walk. … Continue reading