A May Miscellany


A hoop-shaped vine, somewhere off-trail in Graves Farm Audubon Sanctuary, Haydenville, MA. These vines tend to get me in trouble. Whenever I run into one, I am compelled to try to leap and swing off it. Half the time they don’t hold my weight. I took this lying on the ground. Got a mosquito bite right in the ear for it too!


A little altar I found on an island in Dead Branch Pond, Chesterfield, MA. Found a kickass beaver-chewed staff there too, seven feet long, tooth marks all over it, weighed like ten pounds. I left it leaning against the trail post adjacent rte 143. If you know somebody looking for a staff.


The planters’ moon, reminding me to buy seedlings.


The apple tree in my backyard, on a 16 second exposure, same night as the full moon. This is going on my computer background.

3 comments

    1. Well, you know…you too can have it as your computer background if you want. I always try to link the thumbnails to desktop-sized versions when resolution allows.

      And thanks!

  1. “I always try to link the thumbnails to desktop-sized versions when resolution allows.”

    I didn’t realize! Many thanks!

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