2015/01/06

part way

Filed under: family,fishbones — WmX @ 12:45
silhouette priest

Walked on the Appalachian Trail, part of the way up the Priest

up and down

graph of up and down

HPE and EGE

Helen and Emma saw me struggling, I didn’t have adequate clothing. Took me home before I could get hurt.

2014/11/14

Gallus gallus domesticus

Filed under: fishbones,night — WmX @ 08:51

night rooster
night rooster, somewhere in New Orleans

2014/10/31

Mac

Filed under: fishbones,friends,people,riverine — WmX @ 09:57

town creek

Thou hast nor youth nor age
But as it were an after dinner sleep
Dreaming of both.–T.S.Eliot

Headed out to sea next week.

2014/10/27

wheelbarrow of life

Filed under: fishbones,flora,heart,trees — WmX @ 10:35

shadow planting trees
My sister was a faithful reader of this page. So last time I had a wheelbarrow picture it
was titled “Our Father’s Wheelbarrow”.
Our father was not mechanical. He couldn’t fix a broken lawn mower. But he was Saint Francis
when it came to plants, he’d touch them and they’d grow. The wheelbarrow feels full of his energy.
Imagination? Dementia? Fond wishes? A combination of the three.
Planted a q.stellata, q. macrocarpa, q.falcata and a taxodium distichum…

2014/10/14

air rat

Filed under: fauna,fishbones — WmX @ 13:59

squirrel on a wire
Sciurus carolinensis

2014/04/16

silhouette

Filed under: fishbones — WmX @ 03:38

silhouette hallway
BOQ

2014/04/15

silhouette

Filed under: fauna,fishbones — WmX @ 03:32

solo fish

2014/04/14

Rhincodon typus

Filed under: fauna,fishbones — WmX @ 00:38

whale shark
big fish

2014/02/03

Saint Stephen’s

Filed under: architecture,fishbones,God — WmX @ 08:11
twilight St Stephens

6000 Grove Avenue Richmond Virginia

2014/01/06

College Hill

Filed under: fishbones,Urban Planning — WmX @ 15:42

roger wms park sunset
Tree stocking, a forestry concept, provides a useful tool for evaluating the degree of success
a city has achieved in cultivating the portion of its urban forest located in the commons,
along the street edge.
The College Hill neighborhood in Providence has done a good job.

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