Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cardinals calling!

This early spring continues to forge ahead here, and a pair of cardinals decided to pose for a portrait yesterday, while chowing down on sunflower seeds.  Later in the day their new fledgeling introduced itself to me as well, but … Continue reading

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Serenity Sunday: Pelican pas de deux

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Places Remembered: Stewart Island, Part 1d

This is the final episode in my recounting of my first trip to Stewart Island.  The blanket of clouds had reclaimed the entire sky after permitting one golden ray to highlight the deeps of the dark and lovely Fern Gully.  … Continue reading

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Places Remembered: Stewart Island, Part 1c

This is the third episode in my recall of my first trip to Stewart Island.  The gray clouds have blanketed nearly all of the sky for the past several hours, ever since I entered and began exploring the Fern Gully.  … Continue reading

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First Iris of 2012

I would like to take this opportunity to interrupt the review of my first Steward Island visit in order to bring you this bulletin on the appearance of the first Iris of the season.  We have many buds and several … Continue reading

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Places Remembered: Stewart Island, Part 1b

This is the second in my recall of my first trip to Stewart Island (well, actually the third, since I offered the first two days ago as part of my Serenity Sunday series.  For today’s entries, the sun has risen … Continue reading

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Places Remembered: Stewart Island, Part 1a

Yesterday, for my Serenity Sunday series, I posted a photograph from July 2003 of a few blades of grass with frozen dew that I discovered while on a hike on Stewart Island, which lies some 35 km south of the … Continue reading

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