Monthly Archives: December 2011

Free Associating with Hydrangea

On a winter walk through Munich’s Botanical Garden, I came across dried hydrangea blossoms with their lovely parchment-like petals and skeletal veins. I was intrigued by these miniature miracles of nature and took some pictures. Since I didn’t have much … Continue reading

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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

I’m on schedule. I finished wrapping the last presents — the party can begin! I wish you all a Christmas full of love and joy!

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Healthy! Healthy! Healthy!

I thought at this time of year when we tend to eat more sweets and rich foods than usual, for a change a nice fresh apple might look tempting. Some more fruit and vegetables here.

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Can Snow Be Pink?

I was out with my camera at dusk. There was a thin blanket of snow on the grass and dead leaves, everywhere else it had already melted. I’ve recently become more aware of the color of light and was curious … Continue reading

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Refuge in Antiquity

On our walk yesterday, a chilly and grey Sunday morning, we passed by Munich’s Glyptothek. This museum houses a fine collection of Greek and Roman sculptures dating from the archaic age (ca. 650 BC) to the Roman era (ca. 550 … Continue reading

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