Posted by: deirdrea | March 2, 2010

Branching reflections, and the Auditory Feast of Awesome, continued!

Branching reflections, originally uploaded by deirdrej.

Hi, everybody!

I thought you might enjoy this photo of this past week’s snow. It was beautiful in my immediate area. But just a little further south, it caused a terrible massacre of trees, and many people are still without power. However, there are signs everywhere that spring is coming. The sugarhouses are going strong, my sister heard a cardinal singing the other day, and we even saw a bluebird! Warmer days will be here soon!

And, for those of you who love books, we are continuing our Auditory Feast of Awesome! This time, we are featuring Indian American debutante author Neesha Meminger! You can listen to the new podcast episode here, or download it on itunes.


  1. WOW – there are just no words for the beauty in this picture – amazing shot! I love it !!!!!

  2. Thank you so much! That’s very nice of you to say — I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  3. Your welcome !!! 🙂

  4. This photo is so beautiful!
    You also have many beautiful photos at Flick, but I can´t comment them, as I don´t have a Flick account. You should post a lot more of these very nice photos at your blog. 🙂

  5. Thank you, Birgitte!

    I think I will try to do that more in future — I really appreciate a compliment from you, as your pictures are so beautiful!

    Take care,

  6. Hi Deirdrea.
    I wish you a HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY!! My son just arrived from a school trip to Dublin. They wish they had been there today. 🙂

  7. Thank you so much, Birgitte!

    I hope you’re having a lovely day — it’s beautiful here, just now — just like spring!

    PS I’ll be putting a special St. Patrick’s Day post up later on, with photos of our Irish dancers ;-D

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