Archive for the 'Happiness' Category

21
Jun
17

an old Beech tree & hydrangea…

“A garden should make you feel you’ve entered privileged space — a place not just set apart….”   Michael Pollan, Second Nature: A Gardner’s Education

Beech Tree-hydrangea-Oregon-SwittersB

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19
Jun
17

calm morning…

“The silence in the morning holds lots of expectations and is more hopeful than the silence at night.” Victoria Durnak    

24
Mar
17

Happy Thistles…

13
Jul
16

solitude…

Keys View-Snag-Desert-SwittersB

17
May
16

Good things coming….

Dahlia, bloom, Oregon, SwittersB

17
May
16

reaching out…

with beauty & love 

purple Rhody-stamens-flower-SwittersB

14
May
16

It was a beautiful day….

“Be like a flower and turn your face to the sun.”      Kahlil Gibran

dusk, twilight, rose, Portland, SwittersB




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