Posts Tagged ‘Plant

28
Jul
17

Queen Anne’s Lace…

Queen Anne’s Lace…I see this everywhere, growing wild, but always forget the name.

27
Jun
17

along came a spider…

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27
Jun
17

into the woods…

“Come to the woods, for here is rest. There is no repose like that of the green deep woods. Sleep in forgetfulness of all ill.” John Muir (unless there are mosquitoes)

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Queen Anne’s Lace or Wild Carrot along a coastal river in Oregon

15
Jun
17

imagination…

a little world, all its own. A simple weed/plant in the woods with so many clinging water droplets. I took a not too exacting macro shot of a couple leaves of the weed.

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24
Mar
17

Happy Thistles…

05
Oct
16

Suspended beauty…

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02
Sep
16

Such beauty…

A late Summer rain, bathes this beautiful Dahlia in a Portland garden….

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