Posts Tagged ‘landscape

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

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20
Jun
17

Emma’s Roses…

A Rose in remembrance…

13
Jun
17

Tumultous sky…

On a recent fly fishing trip, my son, Tony Muncy snapped this image of a tempest on the horizon.

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26
May
17

Across Sitka Sound (Alaska)…

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16
May
17

Black Butte (Oregon)

in the near distance, while hiking along the Oregon Cascades (1996).

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29
Apr
17

Mt. Hood & Trillium Lake (Oregon)

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25
Apr
17

above Yucca Valley…

off Pioneertown Road headed down to Yucca Valley, California.

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