June 16, 2019
Yesterday I followed and unfollowed paths around my immediate neighborhood. I found baby oak leaves overlooking tall grasses; a willow tree behind goldenrod plants and before cattails sprinkled with pseudacris; a path through a wooded area dotted with daisies; very young films of Leptothrix discophora, some in front of a small outcrop of sedge; a duckweed-covered pond rising to meet hanging branches of another oak tree; and more duckweed in a different pond in the rain. I also took another stab at Intentional Camera Movement.
April 10, 2018
November 12, 2017
September 29, 2017
The Back Pond at Schoepfle Garden has fascinated me for years. It’s where I have captured reflections of the surrounding woods in all seasons. This summer, however, the park people installed one of those terrible aerator rings, which shoots up water in a constant disruption of natural surface variations. When I visited last month, I was lucky enough to be there when the thing was turned off.
November 6, 2016
November 5, 2016
This is just one of the schools I frightened on my wade across the river last month. I’d never seen so many fish in one place.
November 4, 2016
Besides fall foliage reflected in the river, a few other sights vied for my attention last month at Schoepfle Garden. Here is another shale-gas bubble, found near the ones I showed in July.
October 26, 2016
The mushrooms shown in yesterday’s post were a few yards from Schoepfle Garden’s Back Pond, which I’ve shown you many times. Here it is again, reflecting our fall foliage.
September 25, 2016
January 16, 2016