I’ve been too busy the last few weeks to post or even read my favourites on WordPress, but this morning I happened to read this post by Jeremy Williams. His […]
The day dawns with these gorgeous clouds. I remember an old rhyme that goes: Red in the morning, shepherd’s warning. And hope it holds good for us. Shepherds in England […]
Walking around the village this week, I saw this grand old banyan with a tiny shrine below it… …and this cheerful laburnum. In Kerala, this tree (Cassia Fistula) announces the […]
Our March landscape is bursting with reds and greens! The palash is over, and the ground is littered with faded orange flowers and green pods. Hundreds of bright green parrots […]
As we settle in to wait for the rains, the trees in my ‘nurseries’ wait too. In clay pots and plastic bags and troughs and coir pots and coconut shells, […]
Inspired by the February landscape, I compose my first haiku. In February Bare limbs stretch above, Broody leaves nestle below, Live buds lurk, waiting.
Our daughters are home for the holidays, and I am rushed off my feet and so happy! This week, we did a tree census at the farm. We have around […]