September 27, 2008


Posted in blogging tagged , , , , , , , at 7:45 pm by czygyny

I haven’t felt much like writing my feelings and doings in a blog lately. My fears for the future of us all is not something I wish to burden others with, although I know there is a time of rejoicing later. I am troubled in spirit.

I have a lot of things I would write about if I could just make myself sit and start typing.


I have been taking pictures of course, and here are some of my favorites.

The first is my new betta! I have a beautiful cobalt blue female, too, but I couldn’t get a good image of her.


One of my favorite flowers to bloom in the spare and dry autumn time is Lycoris radiata, a relative of the much larger pink ‘Naked Lady’ lily. These flowers come up from bare ground and get about 12″ tall.


This is a new banana leaf, unfurling. The three green tones caught my eye, the two shades causing a deeper shadow of color on the bottom.


The sun came up on the equinox morning, giving a twice a year shadow to my rusty sawblade collection.


The last one is a stunning green dragonfly that spent the night on my harvest decoration on my front porch. He just sat there in a cold stupor, giving me a great photo opportunity.


  1. Philbert said,

    Well, your images are beautiful as usual. As for the world, don’t worry. This too shall pass.

  2. Kelly said,

    Your photographs are breathtaking. Tell me again what kind of camera you use, please? Thanks.

  3. donigreenberg said,

    Hey you, it’s good to read and see you. Thank you for the pretty photos. No worries about burdening us. We’re in this kettle together.

  4. CinnamonKern said,

    I was able to look over the blog from FoodforThought the other day at lunch. (While I had my classroom door locked so I could get a tiny dose of sanity mainlined before my high school students came back!) I was not able to sneak enough time to email you about the lovely photos. . .but I was able to save the dragonfly to my desktop, then display it on my Promethean board (big projection screen connected to computer!) for the kids to see. . . .a small bit of grace in an otherwise really stressful week for them. Thank you.

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