Frozen in time


Asclepias syriaca – Common milkweed

Winter has swept its icy hand over our landscape. First real snow. First cold. The tree tips were iced due to the -20 degree Celsius temperatures and the fog this morning providing a beautiful frosty painting through my wood framed windows. Seasonal shifts remind me why I love being back home. City life dulls these experiences. Country life reminds me that I cannot resist change, no matter how much I want to.


Betula papyrifera – White birch


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