Tag Archives: Owens Pond
Here’s the last of my burst of yellow flower posts from Owens Pond…for now. Partridge-pea (Cassia fasciculata) resembles a sensitive plant and I’ve read that the leaves are a little bit sensitive, but I haven’t experienced that…the plant’s sensitivity, I … Continue reading
Living up to its name, we are seeing the Common Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) in many places where human activity has disturbed the soil. Their stalk can be as tall or taller than I am (5’11″…used to be 6’…I’m shrinking) … Continue reading
We had yet another foggy start to the day this morning. I am expecting the same for tomorrow although we are not having the warm temperatures today as the last several…or we might even have some rain which was predicted … Continue reading
The sky wasn’t all that exciting as I left the house yesterday. But seeing as it was January 1st, I felt I should give it a shot, so to speak. My first impulse was to go to Mount Pollux, but … Continue reading
Here’s one more shot from another favorite place in town. It’s the same day as this one but with a greater emphasis as the tree and point and a little more subdued over all.
Prior to my visit to Mount Pollux on the 27th (yesterday), I thought Owens Pond in the Wentworth Farm Conservation Area might offer a nice start to the day. As I stood at the west end of the pond, it … Continue reading
I had to be around the house this morning while Mary Beth travels, so I just made a quick trip to Owens Pond to see what the foggy conditions had to offer. There wasn’t quite as much color as I … Continue reading
4 a.m. saw mixed skies with some clouds and a few stars. That usually means that there could be some nicely lit clouds as the sun approaches the horizon. But as we have seen lately, once the clouds reach the … Continue reading
With apologies to T. WIlliams and E. Taylor who was no turtle. Hey, gnarly dude hangin’ twenty.