The last few days here have been “pea soup” foggy – clouds so low and thick that you could feel them as you walk through. While traveling along the blueberry barrens I was struck by the stark beauty of this cedar waxing’s silhouette as he perched on a fence line.
Sunday afternoon I dragged Paul along to a friend’s home to tour her vegetable garden. As I sit here going through my photos, there’s barely a vegetable to be found. Clearly I was taken with the flowers she has growing amongst the veggie beds.
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