Saturday, February 16, 2008
It means 'Land of Winter' - it's what the Ancient Romans called Ireland (take that, Emerald Islanders!). Last week I found vast expanses of powdery snow while visiting old friends in Cornwall Bridge, in the northwestern corner of Connecticut...
"Vast expanse of snow
over empty, winding roads;
refuge on a hill"
Over the meadow and through the woods....
From their porch/desk, 'the best view of the Housatonic (River) I was going to get' on that blustery day...
This shot isn't bad for a picture taken from a moving, northbound train...
Next Morning Haiku (5/7/5):
"Dawn's crack, underslept;
blurry-eyed and cotton-brained,
nervous zombie packs"
Futuristic terminal shot, before take-off...
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