Susan's nature Posts

Where's winter? I love it when the snowflakes finally drive away the humid, oppressive heat of summer. This year, winter has been unbearably mild. This…

Fitting that the park - dedicated to “the first native son of Moorestown killed in WW II” - put on its colors for Veterans Day.

There was frost on the ground this morning, when this picture was taken. I realized after working on it later that the frost had melted on this plant and left…

This little lake isn't far from the house, but just far enough to make passing it by all too easy on the commute home. Time to go take a look!

It was gray, gray and more gray as I took my brief walk this morning up the hill. I walked down with my back to the blocked sun and wondered how it would have…

What's ominous about puffy clouds on a sunny, summer day? They precede Hurricane Irene. We're about 40 miles inland from the Jersey shore, where forced…

Another Yellowstone shot. There were so many dead trees remaining from a forest fire that had happened years ago - and so much more life all around.

From the Yellowstone archives; taken near the Old Faithful area. It was such a magical day. Point, shoot, and get surreal landscapes.

Back to vacation 2009 in Yellowstone. What's Yellowstone without Old Faithful? I had seen it once as a young child and was happy to be back. Just as Steve and…

From the archives. On a drive from Colorado to Montana, we saw that we were about to drive into … whatever this was. We don't see this in the northeast. Dark…

Taken in the fall. Only a couple of weeks into daily posts and am starting to revert to the past. Not sure what the vertical thing is in the middle of the…

This morning was so calm. Another walk to enjoy while the good weather was here. Snow from a major storm is falling tonight and we'll be digging out tomorrow.

The calm before the storm. We are expecting another 6 - 10 inches by Wednesday. Hopefully by then I'll learn how to get white rather than blue snow with my…

A couple inches of powdery snow fell last night. Easy to shovel, and just enough to decorate the evergreens.
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