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Peacock butterfly photographed on a sunny spring day in the Isar wetlands of Garching. The butterfly showed no shyness and willingly allowed itself to be used…

Not long ago I went to Neabsco Creek Boardwalk. I went there early (not too early) morning to see the possibilities of going back to shoot at sunrise. I’ve been…

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The Davis Stream Preserve is located in the heart of Jefferson, Maine. The preserve is almost completely surrounded by the Davis Stream. It protects over 2,800…

Less severe sun heating the evening so I was able to catch the twilight reflection time and even avoid mosquitoes with double repellant in play. Funnily, the…

The tubers of arrowheads are prized foods by ducks, geese and muskrats. Seeds are sometimes consumed by ducks. Coleman Pond - Lincolnville, Maine

Woolgrass is actually a sedge that can be found throughout eastern US and Canada. From July to September, numerous little spikelets appear to be covered with…

Sheep Laurel is an evergreen flowering shrub in the heath family that is native to North America from Canada south to VA in moist bogs or swamps. Toxic to…

More people outside but all seem to be working hard at social distancing here in Virginia. Lucky we weren't included in the northeast cold front that brought…

We have 14 hour days now so trying to picture one means staying awake close to bedtime ... it all passes far faster now too. I remember being able to drive…

We went to a desert location on Saturday because it was cloudy in the foothills and then with a bright sunny day we returned to the foothills on Sunday. We…
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