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Random Act of Metaphor: The First Killdeer

February 24th, 2019 Comments Off on Random Act of Metaphor: The First Killdeer

Looking forward to spring and my reliable harbinger of its arrival.

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In Praise of Mother Nature’s Plain Jane Children

October 6th, 2018 Comments Off on In Praise of Mother Nature’s Plain Jane Children

Singing the praises of Mother Nature’s more subtle works of art.

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Random Act of Metaphor: A Stilt-Legged Master of Disguise

September 1st, 2018 2 Comments

Stopping to appreciate those moments when the brush stores of Mother Nature are the most subtle.

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Random Act of Metaphor: Wind Storm

May 5th, 2018 Comments Off on Random Act of Metaphor: Wind Storm

Was Friday’s wind storm a wakeup call?

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Random Act of Metaphor: A Graceful Sedge Grasshopper in a Jungle of Meadow Greenery

February 3rd, 2018 Comments Off on Random Act of Metaphor: A Graceful Sedge Grasshopper in a Jungle of Meadow Greenery

A glance back at a winged wonder from the summer of 2011 to beat the February blues.

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Pursuing the Uncommon Children of Mother Nature

July 16th, 2016 Comments Off on Pursuing the Uncommon Children of Mother Nature

Hmmm, is it worth hiking countless miles and stumbling over the occasional hidden tree root to track down the more uncommon among Mother Nature’s winged wonders?    I am particularly partial to the Comma group of butterflies – so named because they display a white comma-shaped mark on the dead leaf pattern of the outer […]

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Butterfly Camouflage: A Labour of love

August 10th, 2014 2 Comments

Four photos of elegant “Comma” butterflies and a tribute to Mother Nature’s master hand at camouflage.

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Moments That Give Pause: In the Embrace of Mother Nature

May 1st, 2011 2 Comments

Moving from impatience to serenity through the gently promptings of Mother Nature.

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