Month: September 2021


Tell me what you see

This is the autumnal clothing of wild angelica. I’ve loved following the stages of her changing wardrobe over the last few months. Here, stripped of her frothy pink summer fronds, she takes another shape with the suggestion of fertility and fruitfulness. And here she will stand while the greenery around her drains of colour until …

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Seasonal gifts of friendship

Like mycelium, enduring friendship is formed by a myriad of different connections rarely seen on the surface. Our knowledge of each other is not just a matter of facts and dates. It’s formed with shared experience, emotions and exploration, often touching places that words cannot reach. Therefore seasonal displays of the ‘fruit’ are simply that …

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Green light

The morning light is living green. Slanted sunrise breaks through the towering beech trees on the edge of the valley. There’s a limited window of time to capture their magnificence, and you can’t wait to get it perfect. Enjoy the moment and seize the opportunity.


Reciprocity and the give and take of harvesting

In our western culture, we have perfected the art of ‘take’. Yet, the world is not our resource bucket, just for us to run dry. So what might mutuality look like in our own lives as we seek to be fruitful? Just wondering. ~ thanks to Richard Merrick for the provocation

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