Fat flakes are falling on Falmouth right now, just outside my studio. Predictions are that we will get from six to ten inches of snow between now and tomorrow afternoon. Oh, boy.
I'm working in the studio now, pointing toward the next firing. Just finished six small vases for Kim Medeiros to work on, as we continue the collaborative thing we've been doing. She's got cups that will come to me soon.
Meanwhile, here's a winter photo of Lawrence Island, seen from the "mainland" path that leads to the island. Lawrence is, in fact, a peninsula, connected to the rest of Cape Cod by a narrow beach. Its western shore is pounded in storms by Buzzards Bay, while its eastern side is lapped by Squeteague Harbor.
Finding a tear
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