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May – week 3: The fullness of joy!

One of my favorite mystics is Julian of Norwich (England) who lived from 1343 to 1416. Although voluntarily confined to a small, cell-like room called an “anchorage” in the courtyard of the church from which she took her name, she … Continue reading

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May week 1 – Georgia on my mind

My passion for floral photography comes from my love of tracking down and snuggling up to spring wildflowers, visiting manicured New England gardens over the years with my parents, and the wild and emotive paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe. Being from … Continue reading

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February week 1 – Hildegard and the Greening Power

Finally we have seen rain on the dry and water-barren lands of central and northern California.  Winter, normally a time of greening, looked like it was never coming-round-the-bend.  But the past few weeks have changed the course a slight little … Continue reading

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March week 1 – Are we seeing white yet?

One-petaled white flowers filled the sanctuary of the church.  Single thick stems reaching two to three feet heavenward with arrowhead shaped leaves were jam-packed into pots, vases and aluminum foil holders.  It was as if they were standing at attention … Continue reading

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