04.02.2021 A little more skunk seepage

Another shot from the Quabbin Park seep as the skunk cabbage buds start to swell.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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20 Responses to 04.02.2021 A little more skunk seepage

  1. krikitarts says:

    They remind me of hatchlings asking to be fed or little whales surfacing for krill.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    It finally came to me: the colors look like tarnished copper. As interesting as the plant is, the mixture of colors is wonderful.

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  3. Mike Powell says:

    I love the feel of this photo, a kind of seep still life. Our skunk cabbage is already starting to unfurl its leaves–we appear to be a month or more ahead of you, Steve.

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  4. Interesting shot, and that’s definitely one of the most interesting titles on WP this year

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  5. Peter Klopp says:

    New life among the dying leaves! Well captured, Steve. Happy Easter!

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  6. Ms. Liz says:

    Fascinating photo Steve! New life pushing its way through dark decay.

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  7. Judith says:

    Our trees and bushes are off to a very slow start, it seems. Our blackberry bushes are looking good, but the raspberry… hmm, not sure it’s going to make it. We planted a lot of “baby trees” last fall — this is our first year on this property — and we’re hoping that start showing signs of life soon. Send us some good wishes, please!

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    • It always takes a few years for new plants and especially trees to take hold. We have a lot of wild raspberries and honestly wish we didn’t. They are mixed in with all the non-lawn areas and grab hold of us if we are not careful. If they were cultivated in nice rows it would be different.I am sure your trees will do fine given time.

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  8. A good example of the “more is more” aesthetic.

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  9. bluebrightly says:

    J-u-s-t emerging, I like that. They’re fully up here and looking great. Such fun plants, and this is a fun image, too. 🙂

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