Suzan Bellincampi

Cycles of Icicles

Icicles go with the flow.

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Brilliant Stinkers

Flowers? In February?

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Nearing Extinction

We all want to be on the right side of history.

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A Tolerant Tree

Stanley Leaming was a Chilmark character in the 1930s who remains remarkable for stories of his droll donkeys and his predilection for peculiar plants.

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Salty Sip

Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink.

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Prickly or Not

Even if you are not a golf pro, baseball, or soccer player, you may need to keep your eye on the ball. 

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Mighty Mollusks

French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre knew that “it is not a matter of indifference whether we like oysters or clams, snails or shrimp, if only we know how to unravel the existential significance of these foods.”  

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Spruced Up

While I may not be a Swiftie, I can appreciate Taylor's taste in trees.

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Year-Round Greenery

Brits really love their ivy.  

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Love Is Grand

Love is grand, and passion plays out in humans and horses alike.  

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