Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Out and About – Winter 2020-2021

Currently The Wild Reed is somewhat of a work in progress, especially when it comes to documenting the events of last year.

Here this evening are (most of) the images that comprise the latest installment of The Wild Reed’s “Out and About – 2020” series. Over the course of the following days and weeks (hopefully not months!) I’ll add commentary and descriptions. Until then, enjoy these images of my experience of the winter of 2020-2021 in Minnesota, USA.

NEXT: Out and About – Spring 2021

Winter 2020-2021 Wild Reed posts of note:
Beneath the Solstice Sun
A Blizzard of Epic Proportions
Christmas 2020: A Time of Loss and Grief, Gratitude and Hope
The Soul’s Beloved
Chadwick Boseman and That “Heavenly Light”
Jane Fonda on the “Eye-opening, Vision-improving Year” That Was 2020
Carrying It On . . . Into the New Year
A Very Intentional First Day of the Year
Insurrection at the United States Capitol
Michael Harriot: Quote of the Day – January 7, 2021
Troubling the Waters: Brad R. Braxton on Baptism and Black Lives Matter
Ilhan Omar: Quote of the Day – January 13, 2021
Raoul Peck on Patrice Lumumba and the Making of a Martyr
Martin Luther King Jr. on the “Most Durable Power in the World”
Acknowledging Where We Are
Inauguration Eve Musings
Brigit Anna McNeill on “Winter’s Way”
Something to Think About – January 21, 2021
Seckou Keita
From the Palliative/Spiritual Care Bookshelf
David Sirota: Quote of the Day – January 26, 2021
In This Time Marked By Grief
Celebrating Vanessa
Imbolc: Celebrating the Freshness of New Beginnings
The Republican Party in a Nutshell
Remembering an Artist and Vocalist Extraordinaire
Dan Rather on America’s “Moment of Reckoning”
An Electrifying Spectrum of Emotions
David Remnick: Quote of the Day – February 13, 2021
Heather Cox Richardson on the Movement Conservatism Roots of the Energy Crisis in Texas
William D. Lindsey: Quote of the Day – February 18, 2021
Happy Birthday, Buffy!
That Quality of Awe
“Fare Thee Well, My Nightingale”
Cultivating Stillness
A Radical Kind of Love
Carl Anderson Remembered: “He Was Bigger Than Life . . . Very Philosophical, Very Warm and Honest”
A Bittersweet Accolade
Windows Into Another World
Sen. Tina Smith: The Filibuster Rule Is “Fundamentally Undemocratic”
Marianne Williamson and Cornel West: “Two of the Most Dedicated and Enlightened Heroes of Present Day America”
A Pandemic Year
Rahsaan Patterson
Mary E. Hunt: Quote of the Day – March 16, 2021

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
Out and About – Autumn 2020
Out and About – Summer 2020
Out and About – Spring 2020
Out and About – Winter 2019-2020

For previous Out and About series, see: 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020

Images: Michael J. Bayly.

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