The field at Turtle Hill is beautiful. Late season flowers cater to the late season pollinators. Bees of all sorts, and many other flying things, go from bloom to bloom. Plants wave in the wind. Insects add to all of the motion and commotion. It’s a peaceful scene, and yet also literally abuzz with energy.
Here is the big picture.
Here is a closer look.
The landscape this time of year has a depth of textures and colors, and a complexity of life that would be overwhelming to me if it weren’t as calming as it is. How can a place that teems with layers upon layers of flora and fauna be so centering to one’s being?
Here is a minute. Does it center you too?