Feb. 6, 2023 Approaching Mid-winter

I spend a period of time each day stacking hard-wood on our porch. This process began back in October, and is just about finished up. This is good daily exercise, I bend over and stand up dozens of time per day. The woodpile is taking final form. We use a wheelbarrow to move cord wood from the pile into the house to the woodstock, almost daily. Wood consumption averages one-two logs per hour depending on how big and how dry. It is a valuable ritual, this wood thing. I revere it. Wood heat is the best, in my view. As mid-winter approaches, the beauty of a solid wood pile and daily wood heat are two of winter's most meaningful and impactful realities. I hope you like this image, "Snowy Spruce Tree," taken with my simple iPhone. Other winter scenes can be seen in my Photo Gallery

Early in this year 2023, why not consider one of my original Honey-Bee prints? Check out my originals, here. See more of these posted Honey Bee series in my Photo Gallery, and do check out my new Exhibit page. Find me here, or on Linktr.ee

May the spirit of a sane, healthy and dare-I-say snowy New Year be upon you, 

George Delany, Artist

Snowy Spruce Tree