Category Archives: Flora
While on Mount Pollux I had fun running around to all the milkweed seed displays. This was my favorite.
We’ve had several misty yet basically rainless days in a row. Supposably* tomorrow will produce more than a mist but I won’t believe it until we see it. However a mist does add a little “atmosphere” to flowers. As I … Continue reading
Although my understanding of when Sundew would be flowering was faulty, I did get a chance to photograph a flower when I went to Gauco Pond last weekend (The same day I shot the red-legged grasshopper I posted earlier this … Continue reading
My trip to Moosehorn Pond was intentional and my plans there also although I was thinking of dragonflies which were not terribly abundant. The change is that I was going to do this as a “Silent Sunday” post but decided … Continue reading
Another yard shot, these are green berries, not yet ripened, of American Pokeweed-Phytolacca americana. We have quite a few of these plants and, as they are native, we don’t discourage their numbers in the yard. There are other plants that … Continue reading
Sunday morning I set out on a mission. I don’t always leave with a preconceived notion of what I am looking for but sometimes I do and this time I did. I’ve had pretty good luck over the years with … Continue reading