Monthly Archives: April 2019

Friday Photos–Natural Sculptures

While walking in the woods behind our house several years ago, I was struck by the shapes and lines of these trees. They brought out some “art appreciation” in me, and I snapped some pictures.

Tree Shapes in the Woods

Artistic Shapes and Lines

Along the Burma Trail

Looking Over Across the Creek

House Boulder in the Fall

I call this boulder the “House Boulder”.  I’m sure several creatures live in its shelter!

All photos by author.

©P. Booher


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Friday Photos–More Flowers, More Colors

While the winter in my area hasn’t been a particularly bad one, it’s been long. If you, like me, are ready for more color, enjoy these photos of flowers, to add to last week’s collection, here. This week’s photos are from a nature park I visited one summer several years ago.

Patches of ColorMasses of FlowersFormal Rose Garden in Park

A Beautiful Spot for Contemplation


P. Booher

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Re-blog: Rootbound — GraceSpeak

God cares more about our character than about our comfort. -Rick Warren I have been repotting plants that are long overdue for new places to live, so the term rootbound is heavy on my mind (and back). Plants become rootbound when they are left in one pot too long. The roots continue to grow, and […]

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April 15, 2019 · 8:02 pm

Friday Photos–Spring Flowers

Red Trillium


Trillium grows in moist areas in woodlands. Around here it occurs in patches–where you see one, you see another close by. Sometimes the flowers are red; sometimes they are white. They brighten the otherwise green or brown surroundings.



I think of daffodils as “sunshine on a stem”. I brought some into the house to liven up a corner.


Hyacinths all in a row

Purple Crocuses

Crocuses, a sure sign of spring

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If you’d like more info. on trilliums, check out:

©P. Booher





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Friday Photos–Cats in the Country

Here are some “family photos” I thought cat lovers might enjoy seeing.

Black Kitty

Black Kitty, a feral cat who finally adapted to living inside

Pumpkin, Up Close and Personal

Pumpkin, on the swing beside me

Shorty cooling it

Shorty, in a very casual pose, beside his brother Pumpkin. Shorty looked pudgy, but he was all muscle, not fat.

Steffy, a portrait

Steffy, who didn’t come inside until she was six, but adapted well.

P. Booher

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