Sowing Seeds

Winters in Upstate, New York, along the Finger lakes are harsh and long. The thistle plant (Onopordum acanthium) stands tall through the fresh snow fall. It’s colors of purple flowers and dark green picky leaves have long left. The seeds that are dispersed with autumn winds also feed the lingering gold finches that remain through this season of fierce cold.

 Cactus Hill – http://www.cactushill.com/

Patricia  http://adventtwo.wordpress.com/   … to continue

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About Patricia

Living in Upstate, New York, I would consider myself a mixed media artist and writer of stories, and poetry. I enjoy painting & sketching, altered books, collage on canvas, making dolls, and reading.I am the proud mother to six lovely children.

Posted on December 8, 2006, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Gorgeous – very interesting as well.

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