178/365 – Random Objects

We are in the midst of a big move. Our house of 19 years, where our kids grew up, where many memories and good times were had is being sold tomorrow. We have been preparing for this day for a long time and we are ready. In 2012, we officially moved to Montreal, QC but we kept our NY house as a country house. We honestly enjoyed it as much and as often as possible. But now, we have chosen to move and spend our weekends doing other things. We know we will miss this amazing place but we are truly grateful it was ours for all these years. I hope the new owners will love it as much as we did.

Needless to say, I have very little time for photography these days. So today, I just chose to photograph some random objects found while cleaning up the place.

176/365 – Beauty in imperfection

As I said before, ma favorite macro subject.

165/365 – Cyperus Papyrus

One of my all time favorite plant, beautiful, elegant and minimalist all at once.

Here again I am presenting to you a colored and a black and white version.

  • Cyperus papyrus is a species of aquatic flowering plant belonging to the sedge family Cyperaceae. It is a tender herbaceous perennial, native to Africa, and forms tall stands of reed-like swamp vegetation in shallow water. Wikipedia
  • Scientific name: Cyperus papyrus
  • Rank: Species

145/365 – Just can’t get enough

Those who know me, know how much I love heat. But I can honestly say that spring is my favorite time of the year. I love watching nature change everyday. Love to see the little green shoots, the buds evolving into beautiful flowers. The ever changing spring is fascinating to me. As my title says, I “just can’t get enough” of its glory.

144/365 – Spring :-)

No need to say more

143/365 – Best before…

Daffodil season doesn’t last very long and with the unseasonably hot weather we have been getting, they’ll be gone soon.

I have many varieties in my garden in upper New York state. There are still a few left to blossom but I decided to share with you what is currently in bloom.