Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Ankle-bone level awe
Spring does that to us -- every season. The Douglas iris is a petite gem. With strident pollen lines to smitten the most recalcitrant insect. Are there any recalcitrant insects when pollen is near? I think of paper & pen like pollen-painted petals. In that state of awe-waiting. And look-see, out of dried leaves what is possible. Reminds me olive oil & garlic & roasted carrots & freshly grated Parmesan cheese & a twist or three of black pepper. Sweetly sautéing.