I’ve only ever seen two luna moths in my life. This beauty I found out back fluttering around my porch light. I think it’s a male due to it’s large, […]
Peering into the leaves of the Staghorn Sumac, it looks like it could be out of a rainforest, but the truth is that it’s a common primary succession shrub that […]
Cut some sunflowers from the garden to brighten up my day. Sunshine. Hugs. Details. A calming spot.
There’s nothing like a smooth lake for peace and happiness. I found these baby wild grapes growing along the beach shore. Raindrops on a spider’s web in the holly bush outside […]
Spring has sprung here in upstate New York. Here are some gifts from our woods… The trilliums are beginning to push through the leaf litter and unfold their bracts. The […]
Mosses visible this winter on a snow-less day. Lichens and a crack in the bark of the basswood in our front yard.
The seeds of garlic chives. While out on a nature walk with Elizabeth, these seeds just called to me to take their picture. Unfortunately, that night, the wind blew and […]
Our forsythia was ablaze this fall – the leaves burned autumn maroon, and because the weather was nice, it re-bloomed with its brilliant yellow blossoms. It was a beautiful sight! […]
Wild growing grapes maturing to purple Leaves crispingly red and yellow