Posts Tagged ‘Wordless Wednesday’

Wordless Wednesday, 7/30/14

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
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Photo by Alberto Salvatore

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday, 7/16/14

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
Water lily photo by Henry Domke

Water lily photo by Henry Domke, www.henrydomke.com

“Look deep, deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
- Albert Einstein

 

Wordless Wednesday, 7/9/14

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014
Photo by Henry Domke at www.henrydomke.com

Photo by Henry Domke at www.henrydomke.com

Happy July! Thanks to Henry Domke for this beautiful image.

 

Wordless Wednesday, 5/7/14

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Tulips in Dublin, Ireland. Photo by James Westwater

Tulips in Dublin, Ireland. Photo by James Westwater

Happy Spring! And for me, happy end of the semester! Looking forward to catching up with blog posts now that it’s (technically, though dissertation research continues…) “summer vacation.”

 

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

I know it’s hard to believe for many people in the U.S., but spring really is coming. One way to hasten its arrival is to cut a few branches from what will be a flowering shrub or tree. When you bring the branches inside and put them in water, you “fool” them into thinking that spring has arrived, and they bloom. Sometimes the sight of those blossoms is enough to give us hope for the not-too-distant future of warmth and rebirth.

Here’s an older post, “Forcing Spring,” on the subject that has links to some good how-to sites.