After the first major snowstorm, seems like we are in the midst of winter. I woke up the other morning to a whiteout outside my window. White flurries dancing in the air and a white fog encapsulating the city. The day prior to the snowstorm was a warm 60 degrees, unusual for a northeast winter, but hey, it got me thinking about spring and that in almost a few weeks we’ll be in march, the month of the spring equinox.
I may be jumping too far in excitement, but... Read More
I usually associate seasons with colors. Perhaps it’s the child in me, or the dramatic northeast climate that creates a clear four seasons, but there are colors unequivocally belonging to each season. Winter, the sky is icy, the shadows grow long, and the light is brilliant and unobstructed. Winter is a wonderful time for photography. The luscious earthly plants dry and hibernate; and we are left with a skeleton of the world. Low light makes for dramatic, angular impressions, the trees are stripped bare and what once protects us with shade now exposes us to the world. Winter is the season of dark reds and greens, and cold, blue. To celebrate the season’s colors, I have a healthy, vibrant bowl of winter veggies to share, and this my Winter Green Goddess Bowl... Read More