Tag Archives: Calopogon tuberosus
I posted this flower the other day entwined. But floating in space is fun too. Grass Pink-Calopogon tuberosus As for the title…..
When I walked into MacLeod Field (I only recently learned the actual name of what I have been calling Lawrence Swamp wet meadow) early last Saturday morning I didn’t expect to find orchids that early in the month but felt … Continue reading
Among a few other subjects that I found in the meadow was most likely the last of the Grass Pinks-Calopogon tuberosus that I will photograph this season. Most are long past and not looking good even for a “spent” image. … Continue reading
It’s back to work tomorrow morning. I know I have a ton of comments to respond to as well as your posts to comment on and I will catch up. But this morning was my last “free” morning for a … Continue reading
We can access this meadow with a short hike on a path that starts at Station Road in Amherst and forks in some pines. One direction goes more easterly and joins the Jan Dizard Trail and eventually the Robert Frost … Continue reading
Here’s the solstice. It seems like only a few days ago I complained about how fast May had passed and now we’re within reach of July 4th. It’s a rainy start to the season as we’ve been receiving light rain, … Continue reading
I think we must all be a little sadder today. I will never understand how someone can take it upon themselves to extinguish the life of another, much less in the numbers that were lost early this morning in Orlando. … Continue reading