I’ve been up in my rainy “fort,” the open air, half-roofed lookout over the laundry shed, piles of soggy New Yorkers and Gardens Illustrated at my side, overindulging in a reading feast this blessedly stormy weekend. A copy of conversations with Robert Irwin, “seeing is forgetting the name of the thing one sees” has managed […]
(This piece by Jack Handey, which appeared in The New Yorker January 9, 2006, made us laugh just as hard again this morning. Thank you, Mr. Handey!)
This is no game. You might think this is a game, but, trust me, this is no game.
This is not something where rock beats scissors or paper […]
Ever wonder what Huntington Botanical Garden employees display on their file cabinets?
Luisa Serrano (Crow & Raven) and I got a tiny glimpse when we visited the Huntington in early October.
The rest of these photos come from that visit as well, mostly the desert conservatory and then the new entrance garden, […]