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shadow patterns

March 5, 2011

today the sun shone and with the sun comes shadows.

The Douglas fir is the tallest tree in Canada and is only exceeded by the redwood on the Pacific Coast.

A  prominent tree in the Gulf Island Zone of B.C., the arbutus grows on rock or hard subsoil. It has a twisting trunk,  irregular branches and distinctive red/orange bark.

from the forest to the wall beside my desk,

and down the garden path, shadows are a constant source of inspiration- as long as the sun shines.

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  1. March 5, 2011 7:23 pm

    Those patterns make me so happy, thanks for taking notice of them with so much wilderness and wildness swirling around them!

    I’m constantly flummoxed and flabbergasted at what’s around us when we just take a moment to really look.

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  2. March 5, 2011 8:04 pm

    Not surprising that you have a good eye for photography seeing what an amazing fibre artist you are.

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  3. March 6, 2011 4:54 am

    how our lives are built of patterns, light and shadow, pattern.

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