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A Haunted Beauty
Maureen Spagnolo says about this shot: "A road less traveled - taking a turn off the main highway can lead to treasures like this one where one just has to stop and look: An abandoned farmhouse with a dusting of snow; a haunted beauty where folks once lived and flourished in Maryland." (Click on image to see larger version)
Thumbnail Acadia Jenna and Zumi Acadia National Park - October Sky
Maureen Spagnolo, traveling north in Maine with her daughter and her dog, snapped this evening moment at Acadia National Park. The edgy mood of ebbing autumn is captured here. One can feel the approaching deep freeze of winter so close, as Jenna and Zumi play on the rocks.
Bishops Garden Tulips Bishop's Garden Tulips
"Bishop's Garden's tulips (National Washington Cathedral) are receiving a helping hand from a visitor - and surely the heavens approve as the extra beam of light seems to imply." Comment from Maureen Spagnolo, who took this lovely shot.
Kangaroos in Victoria Twilight Kangaroos in Victoria Twilight
Our miracle-eyed Photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo, was recently visiting Australia, and took this atmospheric evening shot of kangaroos enjoying an evening stroll -- or hop! (Click for a larger image)
Other Worldly Landscape Other Worldly Landscape
The keen eye of our Photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo, caught this multi-textured winter shot. Hard to imagine the coming thaw in a scene like this. We're proud and grateful to feature the work of this extraordinary artist.
Great Falls Barn
Our photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo, took this dreamy autumn photo a month ago. Even though winter is encroaching upon us now, it is good to savor the beauty of autumn, because it is so fleeting.
Sidwell Friends Tree in Spring
Our friend, the Sidwell Friends tree, is shown here in captivating light and early bloom. This was taken by our dear Photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo, a week ago or so. We've coupled the photo with some verse by Christina Rosetti from her poem Spring.

The sap will surely quicken soon or late,
The tardiest bird will twitter to a mate;
So Spring must dawn again with warmth and bloom,
Or in this world, or in the world to come:
Sing, voice of Spring!
Till I too blossom and rejoice and sing.
The Beauty of Mama and Baby
We never tire of the beauty of seeing animals with their young in spring. Here is a mother elk and her fawn. May we protect the earth and its families in perpetuity. (Used by permission of forestwander.com via Wikimedia Commons.)
Tree Bathed in a Rosy Glow
"The rose light is calm,
the tree extends her deep roots.
Leaves are born. Our joy."
Maureen Spagnolo took this shot of the Sidwell Friends Tree in the mist.
Kimmy Sophia Brown wrote this little haiku to accompany it. (Click for larger image)
Snow Kissed Tree
Lewis Carroll said “I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says "Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.” Maureen Spagnolo has taken a series of photos of this tree at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., dressed in different weather and light.
“The Epiphany of Zebediah Clump”
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