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Succession, in the Cemetery

sere  |s?(?)r| |s??|noun. Ecology, a natural succession of plant (or animal) communities, esp. a full series from uncolonized habitat to the appropriate climax vegetation. Compare with succession. ORIGIN early 20th cent.: from Latin serere ‘join in a series.’ While visiting my mom in the cemetery on Sunday.   Diane is an on-location lifestyle photographer serving Grande Prairie and Edmonton, Alberta. Visit Diane Schuller Photography.

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In Awe of Nature

awesome: extremely impressive; in the senses – filled with awe Doesn’t Nature sometimes fill you with awe? (photos of pussy willows taken yesterday May 5, 2009 — spring has arrived north of 55 here in northern Alberta)

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Spring, north of 55

  Whew! That flu or whatever it was that hit me had me down for nearly a week. Nasty. I’ve never had that kind of flu before! As many of you know living up here north of 55, spring comes much later than it does for most of you. This past weekend, a few things […]

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Good Morning Star shine …

The weekend was great, mostly because spring truly is showing its face around here. The snow is melting (though it snowed all day Sunday) faster than you can say “zippity-doo-dah” flawlessly fifteen times; the Canada Geese have returned and some of the Trumpeter Swans flew overhead as well; Easter Sunday was a day filled with […]

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There, yes right there …

I see the beauty there within you. Do you see it in yourself? It’s right there. I’m a tad late posting a photo for you to use as wallpaper. This month I’ve waffled about what two to offer you and hope you find the two soft ones I chose to your liking; they’re yours to […]

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