Earth Day

by Cari Balbo


To celebrate the occasion, I spent time this morning enjoying this small piece of Earth we get to call home. Thankful for the many previous generations who lived at and watched over this place, grateful to be its current stewards. 

Coltsfoot, sending up its happy yellow flowers. 

Coltsfoot, sending up its happy yellow flowers. 

Dramatic morning clouds over the house.

Dramatic morning clouds over the house.

It may look serene but it's a cacophony of toad romance in the pond.  

It may look serene but it's a cacophony of toad romance in the pond.  

Good morning, sunshine!

Good morning, sunshine!

Shadows on the fields.

Shadows on the fields.

Clouds to the East

Clouds to the East

These little lovelies are about to burst.  

These little lovelies are about to burst.  

Ridge Pond Crane, delighted as we are to look at a pond full of water instead of ice and snow. 

Ridge Pond Crane, delighted as we are to look at a pond full of water instead of ice and snow. 

-Cari