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First day of my holiday. I was a bit exhausted yesterday evening and went to bed early. Thus I also woke up early this morning. Looked outside, clear blue sky…

This is a terrestrial, wild bee orchid with a mauve hue. I’m surprised when I discover them growing wildly in the garden under the pine trees. The angle of the…

Initially Miss Daisy was a little frosty, some would even say frozen..Then she thawed a little becoming all dewy eyed at the last.

Inland sea oats ( Chasmanthium latifolium) are a type of grass native to the Great Lakes area. Their delicate seed heads shake in unison during the strong lake…

When I took this image about ten years ago it struck me as quite oriental in composition, reminding me of a Japanese print or Chinese table ware like the Willow…

Sun,snow and frost, a magical combination...Again aiming for a feeling to the image and seriously messing with the focus.

Sundays image seem to have a bit of a theme going, green and damp. This Sunday to be fair was not so damp and was very mild and calm. I guess I would have been…

This one took me by surprise, The sun was warm and I was just strolling across some land that used to be an open cast mining area. The place was left almost…
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