Sphinx

20th March, 2021 The tree, above, is the most attractive sight in the landscape, currently. Any Spring flowers that may have attempted to arrive are still buried firmly under this remaining, stubborn lump of ice. That's if various creatures didn't dig up the bulbs for their dinner, of course and I wouldn't take bets. In … Continue reading Sphinx

Wind

0700/19th March 2021 or 1200 according to my confused camera Throughout the night, it howled and moaned and roared like a great lumbering beast in its death throws. It rattled the windows, whistling through all available cracks, clattering the porch furniture and creating a veritable symphony among the wind chimes. Suddenly, mid-morning it stopped dead, … Continue reading Wind