Finishing January Re-potting With An Old California Juniper

Originally posted on artsofjc:
January has been a ticking clock of work that must be done this month. Today, I finally took on the last major re-potting of the month. Everything else can wait til February and warming temperatures. This month, I had to complete the California Juniper.  The California Juniper is an old legacy tree that has been in some state of bonsai for… Continue reading Finishing January Re-potting With An Old California Juniper

Sunday Confessional: the true image of my Self is sometimes pure chaos

Originally posted on Tracy Abell:
Like water which can clearly mirror the sky and the trees only so long as its surface is undisturbed, the mind can only reflect the true image of the Self when it is tranquil and wholly relaxed. ~ Indra Devi House Finch. January 25, 2020 At noon today, I was getting focused and situated at my desk for the afternoon’s… Continue reading Sunday Confessional: the true image of my Self is sometimes pure chaos

Project 366 – Post No. 302 – Great Horned Owl basking in the winter sun

Originally posted on The Birds are Calling:
What is Project 366? Read more here. On this sunny mild winters day we came across one of the Whitemud Ravine Great Horned Owls perching in a tree overlooking the creek. It was soaking up the suns rays and seemed fast asleep. I cannot blame it. After the last few weeks of bitterly cold weather the -10 C… Continue reading Project 366 – Post No. 302 – Great Horned Owl basking in the winter sun

Project 366 – Post No. 301 – Pileated Woodpecker

Originally posted on The Birds are Calling:
What is Project 366? Read more here. Loud banging noises were coming from the forest. It sounded like someone was hitting a tree trunk as hard as they could with a baseball bat. I knew right away what was making the noise and it certainly was not a human. As incredulous as I was I realized that the… Continue reading Project 366 – Post No. 301 – Pileated Woodpecker