On Saturday April 10, 2021, we visited the James Museum to view a traveling exhibit “Go Artfully Wild.” The exhibit showcases Artist for Conservation (AFC)’s International “Nature in Art” exhibit. The exhibit features “60 paintings and sculptures that awaken our responsibility to conserve the diversity and wonder of our natural world.” The exhibit is onContinue reading “James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art”
Hebrews 13.2: Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.
The light of the silver moon and the fiery orange sunset silhouette the winged ones spooked by the Spirits of the Tocobaga Indians. First one, then two, then many explode from the trees covering the sacred mounds. Are the spirits restless questioning why “white men” are a warring people full of thirst of others possessions?Continue reading “Unsettled Spirits Stir Amidst Florida’s Balmy Spring Night Air”
If you walk the trails at Weedon Island in St. Petersburg FL, be sure to climb the lookout tower. You’ll see islands of mangrove on oyster shell foundations in Riviera Bay with the St. Pete skyline in the background. St. Pete natives can hear the plaintive call of the osprey from the beaches to theContinue reading “The view from the tower”
Had some company on a beautiful winter day walk
always look forward to the snowdrops in February, spring is coming!
Don’t be fooled by the warmth at 4pm, you will want a sweatshirt and a windbreaker for sunset at the beach. Also, if you bring a grocery bag to pick up straws and bottle caps, put a rock in it so it doesn’t blow inside out. It was a blustery winter day, but we bravedContinue reading “A Winter Day in Florida”
The sun rises in the eastern bedroom window radiating beams of light spotlighting new growth which sprang forth on New Year’s Day.