The gold letters on the yellow ribbon spelled “Cousin”.
Left as a remembrance.
The sign that someone came and put the ribbons there as a tribute touched our hearts even though we didn’t know the person.
Steve and I saw the ribbon on a tree when we were walking in the park. Then we noticed the bench with the memorial plaque right by the tree. We’d not seen it before.
The obituary told how he passed, peacefully under an oak tree in Highland Park, after doing what he loved – hiking. He had a congenital heart condition. So young.
I came home and googled the name and if you click it you can read about his life. Christopher Emmons
The ribbon on the tree, the memorial bench and the message on the plaque, so poignant. Can’t even fathom how much his family misses him.
Cascades of white blossoms, like water spilling over the falls. This week the Spiraea is in full bloom.
“Spiraea prunifolia, commonly called bridalwreath spirea, is a species of the genus Spiraea, sometimes also spelled Spirea. It flowers mid-spring, around May 5th, and is native to Japan, Korea, and China. It is sometimes cultivated as a garden plant elsewhere. WikipediaScientific name: Spiraea prunifolia”
Monday morning May 4th.
Can you find the Photo with the Allegheny River?
Shooting into the sun. See the little green orb?
A rare blue sky day in Pittsburgh at the Park. Chilly but sunny.
Becky B #Januarylight challenge continues til the end of the month Today her post is Alight Together
And the blogger who alerted me to the JanuaryLight Challenge is Cee whose Streetlight with Sunlight can be seen here