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Shouldn’t every day be Earth Day? A quick snapshot from a walk in my yard yesterday.
Looking at clouds from other sides
The old oak tree was still in its winter slumber on April 1. At least the snow was melted and there was some light–anything was better than the dismal gray that persisted throughout most of March. But, as far as … Continue reading
We’ve had a long winter, so there is hardly any Spring color around yet. But the signs are there that in a few days, color will POP! Already a few daffodils have opened their buds and in four or … Continue reading
It’s been a hectic week and despite good intentions to post time didn’t seem to allow it. Fridays usually mean that I participate in one or another photo challenge. Never have all of them converged so easily into one … Continue reading
The snow has been beautiful here, but I’m still eagerly awaiting Spring. A few snowdrops (the flowers, not the frozen precipitation) have bloomed on the woods’ edge and a few early bird daffodils have shot up and have the … Continue reading
Remember my tree project? Here is my February entry. Looks like part of a dead branch fell while we were away. How loud was it? Or was the silence deafening? You can see other entries in … Continue reading
Yesterday we visited Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary which contains the world’s largest bald cypress forest. Recently Corkscrew initiated a Landmark Tree program to draw attention to some of the giants of the forest. Here is my picture of Landmark Tree #1, … Continue reading
Taken today at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Naples Florida. This is one of my favorite places in Florida to visit. Forget the Mouse: find real wildlife in the Everglades.