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About Town. July 13, 2010

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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An evening walk from Shelburne to Buckland along, you guessed it, the Bridge of Flowers:

Man, these folks put a ton of forethought into this local gem, as well as plenty of good ol’ elbow grease.

A Crocosmia,  common name “Lucifer:”

An Eryngium,  or Sea Holly, cultivar “Blue Saphire:”

…very cool plant, a favorite of the Bridge’s bees:

I put my camera away at least three times, only to take it out again as the light changed:

Looks like the lawn ain’t gettin’ mowed tonight.




1. Laurie B - July 13, 2010

Been reading but not commenting enough. Sorry about that. Love the photos and love that you shoot my part of the world. Thanks.

2. susan - July 17, 2010

I’ve been spending time again admiring and contemplating the beautiful images and posts from the past few weeks. It’s often nearly impossible to choose favorites and I’m amazed at what you find (or return to) in your travels around New England. This time my breath was taken away by your series from the Whites – never mind the driving story that accompanied the first part. I’m so glad for you that your friendship with Frau B has produced such a good friendship and an excellent collaboration of vision. I hope you never run out of film 🙂

3. littlebangtheory - July 17, 2010

Laurie, our part of the world! 😉

And Susan, any move is difficult, entailing the loss of details not easily replaced, but such a long one must be daunting indeed. But in truth, I’m looking forward to the thought of having you that much closer, even if you’re still not quite next door!

4. susan - July 24, 2010

If you ever do get that much further north and east (yow, it’s a whole other time zone), you’ll be a very welcome visitor. I’ve been dreaming of gorse and tide pools.

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