Panier of Plenty

Sheltering

As Nature prepares the earth for spring her hand is heavier than usual… thus ‘plenty’ has been the result. Safe and cosy inside, I have been admiring the view… for water droplets glisten on windows, branches and boughs as it pours, ceaselessly…

Intense skies

Intense skies

Sparkling droplets

Sparkling droplets

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