Tag: Rhapsody in Blue

Rhapsody In Blue VIII

There are two kinds of fishermen on the lake. (Three, counting vicarious photographers.) Not only do we rely on serendipity, we thrive on hope. Here’s to the souls anticipating the “catch of the day” by whatever means. A few years back, I’d climb down the thirty-foot drop to shore over uneven rocks and toss in my

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How High Is The Water, Mama? (Rhapsody in Blue VII)

Old Boy (my Great Blue Heron friend) usually sits in the “driftwood tree” farther out in the lake. Remember?  These days he’s roosting elsewhere and I can’t blame him. The tips of the branches you see in the photo below are the top of that tree after two weeks’ worth of rain… with another weeks’ worth

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Rhapsody in Blue VI

I used to be the world’s worst — or most flagrant — impulse-buyer. Whenever I ‘saw’ something that appealed to my eyeballs (whether I needed it or not), into my cart it went. Sigh… live and learn. A few decades (and several budgetary revelations) later, I recognized the error of my ways and eventually figured

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Rhapsody in Blue V

This morning’s blue-tinged sunrise reminded me that I hadn’t penned a Rhapsody in Blue post in awhile. Here’s one of my favorites. While I realize Valentine’s Day has an entirely different color scheme (rife with flowers and heart-shaped boxes of candy), I gratefully accept treats of any sort, in any color. Including these… Last night

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