Posts Tagged ‘Habitat

17
Aug
17

vigilant…

but for what?

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26
Jul
17

be still…

“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence.” Robert Lynd

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17
Jun
17

Wetland colors…

along a Columbia River tributary in Oregon…

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17
Jun
17

Oregon State Flower: Oregon Grape

Naturally occuring in a wetland along the Columbia River Slough near Portland, Oregon. The plant has bright yellow flowers in the Spring.

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26
Apr
17

another world beneath the turmoil…

Rapids over hole

25
Mar
17

A retreat from life…

“I must create silence, emptiness, in me to stop the tumult.” Marie Bronsard, The Hermitage

12
Dec
16

Just below the surface…

lies beauty

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