To Know a Thing

A plate of questions, a cup of coffee, and thou.

JD Sugar

JD Sugar
Location
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Birthday
December 02
Title
Editor/writer
Bio
"When you know a thing, to hold that you know it, and when you do not know a thing, to allow that you do not know it—this is knowledge" (from The Analects of Confucius). Writer and editor JD Sugar wants to know. But he finds that his search for knowledge can sometimes be a lonely, alienating endeavor. And yet he must persist. Alarming is the realization that with age comes not wisdom necessarily but an ossification of spirit and intellect. He's trying to stay limber. Oh, and he cooks. (You can find more at ToKnowAThing.com.)

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JULY 31, 2011 10:37PM

Goodbye, July

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No words. Just July pics from a few of my favorite places.

 

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that about says it all, doesn't it?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
That same butterfly or flutter by posed for me in Willits, CA last week. I wonder if it has a contract with God?
These are truly beautiful photos. I wrote a story about that butterfly and the lesson I needed to learn. Drop by if you like. It's called, "Lessons From A Butterfly." -R-
Beautiful photos! I have scheduled flower photos for later this week as well. There is so much beauty and color right now.

I love your woodpeckers photo. We have the same kind in our yard, but only one. I know how hard it is to capture them! They always want to stay on the far side of the tree.

The chipmunk photo is great also. We have them here, but I haven't been successful at photographing them.

Rated.
you need not say more.
Wandered upon this by accident. This is stunning!!