Month: August 2021

The Nest that wasn’t a Nest – Watercolor

I’ve heard about the elusive bird’s nest fungus (Cyathus stercoreus) but I have never seen them until recently. And it is no wonder…I was looking for something much, much larger. Think tiny if you want to find this organism. REALLY tiny. And behold, on… Continue Reading “The Nest that wasn’t a Nest – Watercolor”

Flying Drop of Sunshine Harvesting – Watercolor

He harvests.When needed, nourishment.He has no currency…Nor concern to buy and sell.Provided forministered by and loved.Just like you. Friends, take courage. Do not lose hope. Things in the world may be troubling, but be of good cheer.The Redeemer, the Lord Jesus Christ has overcome… Continue Reading “Flying Drop of Sunshine Harvesting – Watercolor”

He Hides in Flowers – Watercolor

Don’t you wish you could too? Last week I ran a nature summer camp for children that focused on wetlands and the animals that live in and around them. As we hiked to the river, one young camper spotted this gorgeous male, white-tailed deer… Continue Reading “He Hides in Flowers – Watercolor”