|this one was not a juniper|
|some would say "half burned"|
others might say "half un-burned".
|my job was to keep the fire burning.|
i did this by not spraying water at the flames
The bottom line is that it turned out to be one of the coolest days of work I’ve ever had. The juniper caught like wildfire (literally) and it was easy to look like you were working hard.
This shot is of a Baltimore Oriole taken by Bob Desandro, but first spotted by
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds also seen at feeders around town.
Red-winged Blackbird females have been hanging around at feeders in town and out on Dyer’s
Crappy Video - On lane’s island, taking video of a Greater Yellowlegs swimming, when a Muskrat swam across the little cesspool along the driveway in.
(unfortunately the blog will not let me put videos on at this time) i will try again later
Thus I got this video of poor quality, but clearly a muskrat in action.
with middle schoolers never disappoint,
|the next generation of eolid nudibrnachs|
aren't they cute?
How many eggs were in these coils? How long before they hatch? How come we’d never found them before there? These were pools and rocks I had checked out many times over the years, never seen 'em before. Or had them register before. We found a few coils in the deeper pool, but this rock was the real score in the shallows.
|White Atlantic Cadlina|