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Early Fall River

October 18

It’s early Fall, with hints of changes to come.

These little white wildflowers are in all stages at once – opening, in bloom, and fading away:

White Wildflowers Seot 2016

I was mesmerized by the peaceful Chagrin River:

River 3 Sept 2016

River 2 Sept 2016

A closer look reveals changing colors:

River 1 Sept 2016

River Reflection 2016

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Apple Time

October 4

A harbinger of changing weather is apple-picking time. Here in Northeast Ohio there are lots of wonderful orchards such as Eddy Fruit Farm in Chesterland. I love all the corn stalk and pumpkin decorations.



Picking apples right from the tree is heavenly!


As we picked different kinds of apples the sun set, making it a memorable evening.




Time for everyone to get out their favorite apple crisp recipes!

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The Peonies Have Started!

June 24

For the past few weeks I’ve felt like a little kid happily anticipating Christmas. All spring I look for my peonies to start blooming. I’m crazy for them!

This is the first plant to bloom. I should have some other colors come along before too long.


I like the paper-y petals. There are so many subtle color contained in them!


I didn’t realize how complicated the structure within is.


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Early Spring Wildflowers – Daisies

June 3

These sweet daisies are everywhere. They’re the best reason ever for not manicuring my lawn. I love them!

Wildflowers_Daisies_May 2016_1

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Early Spring Wildflowers – Jack In the Pulpit

May 28

These are one of those plants that make me marvel at nature’s strange adaptations. The flowers are contained under the hood. I can’t imagine how or why the plant evolved as it did!


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Early Spring Wildflowers – Purple Pretties

May 26

I’ve been busy designing new patterns, but they’re not yet ready for prime time. In the meantime, I thought you might enjoy some wildflower photos. I’ll post one or two every few days.

Here’s a field of purple pretties. I don’t know what they’re called. If you know these, please leave a comment!

Purple Pretties_May_2016


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New Mexico Scenery

November 12

Here are a few more photos from my time at Camp Stitches at the Tamaya Resort north of Albuquerque. What a gorgeous place!




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September Sunset

October 1

The sunset one night in Paso Robles was mesmerizing! I loved how the colors shifted as time went on.


Sunset 2015-5

Sunset 2015-4

Sunset 2015-2

Sunset 2015-6

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California Clouds

August 14

California is a special place. Over the next few months I will interrupt the knitting photos to post random scenics. I hope you enjoy them!

It’s unusual for us to get big fluffy clouds in our neck of the woods.

Clouds California

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San Simeon State Park

December 7

Thank you to everyone who commented on my blogiversary posts. It was fun celebrating with my blog readers. I appreciate you all!

You know how much I love nature. Here are some shots from a hike on the east side of the San Simeon State Park in the Central Coast area of California.

San Simeon

While the beach is nice, I enjoy the peaceful riparian habitat as well.

San Simeon

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May 10

For the past several weeks, I’ve watched a mama chipmunk dash in and out of her underground nest with goodies to feed to her young. The babies finally emerged to explore their world.

Is it safe to come out now?

Chipmunk 3

The children stay close to Mom while they check out their new surroundings.

Chipmunk 1

Sibling Kisses

Chipmunk 2

Mama dashes back into the den

Chipmunk 4





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Baby Time

April 3

This gal has been hanging out on our lawn a lot lately. I think she’ll be giving birth very soon! The other day her belly was moving around a lot – she was either breathing heavily or her baby (s) are kicking.


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