Saturday, February 20, 2010


Yesterday Clytie and I went for a long walk in our beloved forest. We had the privilege of watching the flight of a great owl--something clutched in his claws and a beautiful eagle--white head and tail gleaming in the late afternoon sunshine. Then down by the creek I found the skeleton of a coyote . . . Such a delicate, lovely skull with very sharp teeth.

Sissy and I had a great time together--I can't tell you how much I'd been looking forward to spending time with her. Sissy's imagination matches my own--so we had a wonderful adventure.
But imagine our surprise to catch this tree, er, from the back. Hmmm . . . I thought of offering this lovely Dryad my coat, but instead we crept away. One must have privacy, you know--even if one is a Dryad.


Anonymous said...

Some kind of delicate moss almost fern-like. It sure likes that tree.

Cedar ... said...

and facing away from yu she has her head hung with shyness...oh, how i'd love to walk in the woods with you and Clytie,... it would be such an adventure!

The Girl In The Photo said...

Ooh I love adventures in the wilderness, such fun :D

Thanks for your lovely comment!


Anonymous said...

Its wonderful to share our imaginations with one another. In one aspect, its one of our prize possessions.

Catherine said...

Oh, this tickled me so! Such a lovely Dryad, even from "behind!"

Wanderin' Weeta said...

Love that tree "from the back". Also the face with the nose from the day before - although I may be seeing a different face; it works that way, sometimes.