Post-Winter Garden

April 15, 2013
Fire moss and lichen on a granite boulder under monochromatic skies. This glacial erratic  dominates a hilltop meadow, radiating with early spring essence. The plants take their nourishment from the soil and water lodged in the fissures. A solitary leaf, the colour of cinnabar, drifted in from a nearby alder patch. Come early summer, the boulder's surface is often littered with hollowed out mussel and clam shells, deposited by seagulls. 

 


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