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by cheri sabraw We amateur photographers take joy in the little things like the light coming through the turkeys’ wattles. Then there are the accoutrements of a grandson studying hard at our house. The light from air,  filled with the … Continue reading

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A Giant Loses a Limb

by cheri sabraw We were lying in bed yesterday morning, listening to the delightful sounds of a morning coming to consciousness: Turkeys stepping through dry leaves, finches singing to their mates, blue jays squawking at will and the 6:30 am … Continue reading

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Stairway to Heaven

by cheri block Today, on my walk up the road, this old overgrown stairway caught my eye. And then, this stately oak, waiting for her dress to arrive. Then, a bank of bay trees, hunkering down on the ridge for … Continue reading

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Stay with the small pink flower!

by cheri block Yesterday, despite the heat here in Northern California, I went for a walk up the road. The dryness of the hillside, the lethargy of the cattle, and the buzz of frenzied insects remind me that the promise … Continue reading

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