afternoon blurA backwatercolor afternoon, panning the iphone at the Retreat Meadows.

Quotidiously [kwo tih dee us lee] adverb :: In an everyday, commonplace manner; found in the ordinary course of events.

This blog is a casual repository of things encountered nearby, whether at home or wandering about. It will change; we all do – nouns are actually verbs. Where is home? Brattleboro, Vermont: a small town in the southeastern corner of the state. I like it here.

Except as noted, all content original and copyright by Rich Holschuh. Personal challenge: all images taken with stock iPhone camera only and are presented as-is, no filters, apps, or editing, except for a rare crop.

12 thoughts on “Roundabout

  1. I love the photos and your expressive prose. Quintessentially you! Living in the place where you are and finding the beauty in your surroundings…


  2. Hello!

    Thank you so much for your comment to my post. I appreciate it.

    Great photos there, very evocative and timeless. Makes me want to visit such calming vistas. Well, the shots without headstones, that is.

    Thank you for your insight, and you are quite correct with your choice of words.

    Take care,

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    • Thank you for stopping in Paul. I’m always pleased to read your thoughtful posts as well. It is a good thing to see through another’s eyes and let the a little light shine into one’s world. Be well!


  3. Hello Rich,
    Thanks a million for following my blog! I greatly respect your approach of keeping your pictures true to their original shot. I use photo editing most of the time, though, but maybe I should try to move towards your pov…
    happy blogging!

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    • And thanks to you for the same! Everyone has an individual vision through which they see or share their world. I wish you well as follow your path and look forward to enjoying your perspective, helping to make my own experiences a bit clearer. Peace.


  4. Quotidiously [kwo tih dee us lee] adverb :: In an everyday, commonplace manner; found in the ordinary course of events.

    Love this meaning. A new word for me. My favorite writers are those that write beautifully about everyday people and events.

    Liked by 1 person

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