Window Box Mountain


6 thoughts on “Window Box Mountain

  1. Marty, your post is so, so…refreshing. It’s not all about what he said and the other said. You have found peace, and I think I’m on the way. I think that you, myself, and Wolf Blitzer should have lunch at Passports this Spring.


  2. Marty, each of your posts is uniquely poetic and inspiring – so many varied subjects and perspectives, black/white & color. The titles provocative. They currently lift us out of the winter ‘blues’. Your OAT trip photos were enviable. I also enjoy visiting your garden through the seasons — thx to your wife for her recent snowy photo. Can’t wait for the lush flowering to come! Thanks!


    1. Liz,

      Thanks so much for your comment.

      I’ve been making photos for more than 60 years, but have never felt as “inspired” as I have since moving here nearly 5 years ago. The people and places of Cape Ann bring out creative impulses that we never knew we had. For that I will be forever grateful.

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  3. All of the above wisdom in words and powerful! Excellent reminds to the teaberry plants in dogwood close to Beeman School would have been great to have Cape Ann Tv then but we had the woods to explore don’t tell the teachers :-O l!

    “All about heart and Friendship Priceless the songs pretty much says it all (OZ never did give nothing to the tin man that he didn’t already have.” (Inside all).
    🙂 Dave & Kim (Spirit Keeper) 🙂

    America- Tin Man (w/ lyrics)


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