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Loveliness of a Long, Cool Panhandle Florida Spring

The magnolia leaves of spring are slightly chartreuse, a gorgeous contrast to the old leaves which are somewhere between dark asparagus and olive. Twining honeysuckle treats both eye and nose. Oftentimes, true beauty passes by and we never know its name. Not so here, though. They are the white flowers with many names: scuppernong, muscadine or…

Luna Moth: Living Only for Love

Actias luna photographed April 1, 2018 near Pensacola, Florida Easter morning. The woods are quiet except for birdsong, the sky cerulean, trees unfurling new life before my eyes. When a thought entered my mind, “Give me a sign,” I muttered out loud, “I didn’t mean to say that. There’s a lot of trouble and heartbreak…