Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022


To Life

I love the way you document the seasons of NB/NS (or however an actual local would abbreviate where you live). We have weird (from a northeastern North America perspective) phenology where I live, where the annual cycle of grow and flower and fruit and die back is more about when there’s rain (in the winter/spring) than what the temperature is outside, and plants will flower at different times throughout the year as a way of divvying up the available pollinators.

But where you are it’s fucking winter and then it’s fucking spring, and so on. And I don’t know; it’s just cool to follow your blog and see these little snapshots from throughout the year, and after a few years of it it’s like, oh, right: it’s snowdrop time.

Good stuff. Thanks.

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klemannlee: Yellow-breasted Chat

Thursday, May 14th, 2020


Yellow-breasted Chat

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highly-opinionated-nerd: musingsofahistorymajor: https://twitte…

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017



There is NOTHING  I don’t love about this.

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ipoenews: E.A.Poe’s The Cask of Amontilego by Nannan

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016


E.A.Poe’s The Cask of Amontilego by Nannan

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snailkites: Inktober Day 10: JumpWood Ducklings (Aix…

Monday, October 10th, 2016


Inktober Day 10: Jump

Wood Ducklings (Aix sponsa)

Wood ducks nest in tree cavities, so their young have a long way to go when they leave the nest! The small ducklings jump into the abyss, tumbling down to the soft forest floor. Luckily, their fluffy bodies and light weight mean they just bounce.

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windandwater: Captain Shakespeare has a fearsome reputation.

Saturday, September 19th, 2015


Captain Shakespeare has a fearsome reputation.

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