Day Three: Write. Observe.

November 29, 2017

Today the girls revisited their plots to notice the seasonal changes, aka phenology.  

 

Ceiba and Hana took photographs of the landscape and fellow Citizen Artist/Scientists, while Alyssia made an impromptu Andy Goldsworthy-esque nature sculpture hanging from a tree in her quadrant overlooking the estuary.  Several girls wrote poems based on their log entries for this day.

 

Rosie's Audubon Poem

 

Audubon Poem

From green to brown

They slowly change

From sweaters to coats

Prepare for the blanket of

Big white snow

From life to death

The cycle goes on

But every season has it’s

Pros and cons

Focus on the good and

Not the bad don’t think

The bad is all a season

Has

But in the end it’s all

The same and forgetting that

Is pretty lame

 

 

 

Alyssia making her nature sculpture.

 

 

Ceiba's 11/29 Journal Entry & Poem 
 

 

 

 

Ceiba takes a selfie and tree portrait in her quadrant.

 

 

Photos by Hana of our Day

 

 

 

 

 

Deborah's 11/29 Journal Entry

 

 

Nia, Deborah and Sofia show off their quadrants.

 

 

 

Nia's 11/29 Journal Entry
 

  "I saw a lot of green trees, water, and a pretty sunset.  

There was a nice beach and I had so much fun."

 

 

 

 

Sofia's 11/29 Poem

 

 

 

Rosie's 11/29 Journal Entry

 

 

 

Ada's Journal Entry 11/29/17

 

 

 

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