Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Tom, that's a truly elegant and contemplative image.
I wished I'd had more time to spend in that garden, partly to photograph, partly to eat. Fresh ripe tomatoes! Drool-worthy.
Wow! That monument looks great at night - maybe even more mysterious and impressive. I can't wait to see photos of it in winter. There may be undreamt possibilities for great photos.That's one of the best-looking cabbages I've ever seen. Truly. I love the black and white - it looks like it's lit from within.
Walking around the monument during both day and night, I see endless possibilities. You're correct in that, Linda, covered with a soft blanket of snow, ghostly in blue light--wow. I might have to temporarily suspend my dislike of snow.Thanks about the cabbage--I saw it and went into my Weston mode.
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