Tag Archives: wetland plants

07.20.2020-2 Pink Reflection on Moosehorn Pond

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

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07.12.2020-2 White Water-lily

I asked with my last water-lily post if there could be too many and the answer was no.  So here’s another from Poor Farm Swamp this morning. Come to think of it, the question was about lady’s slippers but a … Continue reading

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05.06.2020-2 Marsh Marigolds without the raindrops

I had a little time to kill after the Hop Brook image this morning and a mobile blood sampling so headed back to the mucky unnamed brook near the Cadwell Memorial Forest in Pelham to see how the Marsh Marigold-Caltha … Continue reading

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03.26.2015 Why did I make this image?

Here is another “What do you see” post.  This image is a swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) and it reminded me of something right away.      

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07.04.2014 Swamp Rose

Here’s another flower from yesterday’s walk through the Brickyard Conservation Area in Amherst.  There were many of these blooms but very few that hadn’t been battered by the rains.  And after last night’s thunder storms I imagine any that weren’t … Continue reading

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