Winter and Nesters

A new week of photos for you from far northwest Washington State: shots of snow and foggy winter mornings—and of those who nest smack in the heart of the cold, certain that even here, even now, spring’s coming.

Through a glass, darkly.

“All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely.”


—1 Corinthians 13:12

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Ibuprofen for the soul.

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Meet our NEW NEIGHBORS! A fuzzy phone shot from my Saturday walk, but I couldn’t wait to show you!

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The lovebirds on a foggy morning . . . hanging out at our place.

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Welcome, new subscribers! Pics for you from four years ago this week:

Barn swallow snowbirds.

“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.”

—Ecclesiastes 3:1

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Snow otter.

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First pages of the understory.

My new novel’s budding—this time on the Olympic Peninsula:). Want to track it, start to finish? DM me with your email address.

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A sherbet morning.

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Thanks for stopping by friends. So glad you’re here.

Watching Nature, Seeing Life: Through His Creation, God Speaks

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Love the outdoors? I can take you there. Rural & wild PNW posts and photos from a naturalist, faith writer, and author of three books, including the award-winning novel Sugar Birds. Member of Redbud Writers Guild.

8 thoughts on “Winter and Nesters

  1. So Glad To Hear You Will Be Scouting Our Area.
    Can’t Wait Cheryl for The Chalk Horse,and your Future Book, That Will Take Place Here.
    Always Love Your Pictures And Perfect Quotes From The Bible.
    Hope I Run Into You, While You’re This Way.
    Love To You, Black And The Pups!
    Joni

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  2. Your beautiful pictures always refresh my soul. I forward your posts to my daughter who is an artist and she is blessed by them also. I hope your new novel will be available soon. You surely live in a gorgeous area.

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