DYING DAYS (or fall farewell)

 

Lake on Nov 21-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

“It takes a broad vision to know that a piece of the sky and a chunk of the earth lie lodged in the heart of every human being, and that if we are going to care for that heart we will have to know the sky and earth as well …”

Thomas Moore 

~ Care of the Soul ~

 

 

Nasturtium and marigolds Nov 12-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

Last of fall cosmos photo 2 Nov 19-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

Csomos last hurrah  Nov-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

Cosmos on pea trellis Nov 2018 -bruce witzel photo

 

 

Ninebark berries Nov 19-2018 - bruce witzl photo

 

 

 

Last green peppers in the greenhouse Nov 19-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

Last of the nasturtiums Nov 19-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

Last marigold Nov 12-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

Dying cosmo Nov 12-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

 

 

Cabin with the sun shinin Nov 201-2018 - bruce witzel photo

 

“The human race is challenged more than ever before to demonstrate our mastery, not over nature but of ourselves.”

Rachel Carson

 

Clear day at the lake Nov 18 -2018 bruce witzle photo

 

What’s up Doc?

 

Big carrots from our garden Nov 21-2018 - francis guenette photo

 Food for thought . . .

All photos were taken at home this past week – green peppers were in the greenhouse of course.

 

Cheers –  Bruce

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15 thoughts on “DYING DAYS (or fall farewell)

  1. Thank you Bruce. Beautiful photos Brendan

    On Fri, 23 Nov 2018 at 16:57, through the luminary lens wrote:

    > bruce thomas witzel posted: ” “It takes a broad vision to know that a > piece of the sky and a chunk of the earth lie lodged in the heart of every > human being, and that if we are going to care for that heart we will have > to know the sky and earth as well …” Thomas ” >

    • I was thinking of you this morning Brendan… Thanks for touching base. I wanted to tell you my sister Heather died two weeks ago after suffering from COPD, too young at 68…. she was one of the keen athletes in our family. A sad time, but she had wonderful care from my siblings, a few of her friends, and the medical community’s palliative care. Heather was a very private person but she opened up during her last days. I plan to post a bit more about her in the upcoming weeks. Hey Brendan – I don’t have your email and I wondered about looking at the Sandplay slides? I hope you are well. In faith, love and hope – Bruce

    • Here on Vancouver Island’s temperate rainforest next to the Pacific Ocean it’s usually quite mild at this time of year… but this fall there has been more sun and much less rain. The garden has loved it. From what you’re saying about your Massachusetts weather there’s unusual weather everywhere – as I’ve heard it said “the new norm.” I liked what Jerry Brown said … “it’s the new abnormal.” Maybe that’s why our carrots are still growing so well. I’m concerned though.

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