Patterns of ice seem to emanate light and hint at other worlds.
Feathers in a dream catcher catch the last light of a setting sun.
This is a favorite window for the late afternoon light, diffused through painted glass. A fringed shawl and a sea shell collected during warmer weather complete the tableau.
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A red barn sits high on a hillside farm, a punctuation mark against the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Every day calls for a little magic, a collection of colorful antique tins and two cheerful ceramic birds.
Patterns of light and dark, depths hinted at and secrets held. Winter at once exposed and hidden.
And so the week is bracketed by the cold blue brilliance of ice and by the patterns revealed by the salt stains left behind when the ice is gone.
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