Observations of Nature

Waterfall Wonderland

Maybe it’s all those negative ions floating around but somehow everything seems better when I’m standing next to a waterfall. There’s something thrilling about hiking a trail when you start to hear the rush of water. It’s a hike with a purpose: that moment when you come upon one of nature’s most in-your-face exhibitions of...

Waterfall WonderlandMargaret

The Zen of Cherry Blossoms

What a strange thing! to be alive beneath cherry blossoms. Kobayashi Issa If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to find yourself standing in the middle of a shower of cherry blossom petals then you will appreciate this quote by Kobayashi Issa, a Japanese poet regarded as one of the haiku masters. Of course, cherry blossoms are...

The Zen of Cherry BlossomsMargaret

Waiting

As we trudge reluctantly ever closer to the heart of winter, I remind myself that curled up tight in its furry cocoon, the magnolia flower waits patiently to bloom again next spring...

WaitingMargaret

Wild Geese

One of my favourite poems is by Mary Oliver. In the fall, in Northern California, huge flocks of water birds including cranes and eider ducks gather in a raucous, lively community. I've been fortunate to photograph there a number of times, and I always think of this poem as the skies overhead fill with...

Wild GeeseMargaret

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