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This milkweed was taken in the late afternoon light on one of my last walks in the country. Sadly, after nearly five months in the country, I have returned to…

This is a milkweed plant struggling to make its presence known in this baron cold season. I am amazed at how delicate the fibers of this planare in the…

all i ever wanted - john tyree [youtube.com] Back in June, I shot milkweed blooms [photoblog.com]… so beautiful. Now they seed pods are just as lovely, in my…

I found a spot out back with milkweed in bloom… I managed a few shots before the wind picked up. I brought in a clipping to keep shooting inside. All shot in…

Today, we celebrated the retirement of a great engineer, mentor, and friend (after 40 years and 7 months of continuous service). For the older crowd, there was…

It's been almost a year since we put all of our earthly possessions in to storage and began hunting for a new place to settle! It's now too cold to live at the…

Fall in the woods has an indescribable aroma along with the shower of falling leaves and the crunchy carpet that coats the forest floor.

Milkweed can grow up to five feet high, with a sturdy round stem and opposite leaves. The broad, simple leaves are up to six inches long, pointed, and slightly…

There are so many varieties of wildflowers and all so beautiful! Here are just a few that are in my own backyard!
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