Tag Archives: intimate landscape
In the brook, of course. No B.O. Plenty am I. Despite the strong flow, the water is rarely more than ankle deep over the rock bed of the brook until you go farther downstream. I’ve made many attempts to capture … Continue reading
What do you do when waiting for the sun to rise above the tree line to illuminate the foliage?
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
A sure sign that Autumn has arrived. After yesterday’s sunrise endeavor I drove by the fire ponds in Wendell. I noticed this milkweed plant separated from all the other growth at the side of the road and the shaded water … 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
Round-leaved Sundew-Drosera rotundifolia is a small carnivorous plant found in wetlands. They were not flowering quite yet on Sunday but hopefully will be this weekend as many had buds though they were still tight. All those “dew” drops are sticky … Continue reading
I visited North Common Meadow, a Trustees of Reservations property in Petersham, MA this morning. The temp was cool and not a lot was happening. However, I saw this cattail stem and a leaf along with a couple of others … Continue reading