Monthly Archives: July 2016
Finally, after a few weeks with negligible rainfall and most days in the 90’s, we are getting some extended showers along with temperatures in the upper 60’s. So pleasant. I drove by a few brooks this morning and all were … Continue reading
July has flown by. So much has been going on in general and with Bentley in particular. The adoption became official last Sunday when we signed the papers after spending the month as fosters. He has settled in very well … Continue reading
As of July 1st, the state is telling us that the Quabbin Reservoir is at @90% capacity. I think that is a generous assessment. After walking the shore yesterday and today, I think quite a lot of what should be … Continue reading
One of my favorite insects to photograph is the Dogbane Leaf Beetle (Chrysochus auratus). They are quite accommodating in the morning and allow for close approach and hardly move…just the occasional twitch of the antennae. They are found on milkweed … Continue reading
One more HDR landscape. I was hoping for a passing beaver to glide by but no luck.