We got home a few days ago after traveling to Trail Days, a festival celebrating hikers who have completed or are working their way through the Appalachian Trail.Continue reading Solid Ground
While walking along a pebbly beach at low tide, my eye was captured by the paths left by little rivulets of water running back into the ocean.Continue reading Water Rules
At the first site on our first day touring Israel this past January, I took a picture of . . . dirt. And then later the same day I took another picture of . . . more dirt. Why? Well, why not?Continue reading Soil Speaks
I Can’t See You!
On a family trip south one summer a few years ago, my husband and two of our children hiked up Mount Mitchell, the tallest peak east of the Mississippi.Continue reading I Can’t See You!
Eyes on the Skies
I love watching the sky during my commutes throughout the week. Every day provides a different scene with clouds carried along by invisible air currents. Even on clear, cloudless days the sky contains different hues of blue.Continue reading Eyes on the Skies
Out of Time
I’ve written about different aspects of light for two months now, and there’s still so much to say! But sadly, I’m out of time.Continue reading Out of Time