Dew on changing leaves

Dew on changing leaves

Here’s proof that even the most unexpected fire can be quenched with dew.

Dew on berries

After a killing frost

On cold autumn mornings, you’ll sometimes find dew-chilled yellowjackets that didn’t survive the previous night’s killing frost.

Dew on iris

This first full week of my summer break has been almost as busy as the semester itself, with me juggling several day-trips back to Keene for faculty development workshops, meet-ups with friends in Boston, visits to the Zen Center, a mid-week soccer game, and other to-dos. Given several days of extra-early morning dog-walks, I’ve had plenty of opportunities to enjoy the sight of dewdrops glinting in spring sunlight: a tranquil start to another busy day.

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