Day of the Dead Calendula; Coleus; Rudbeckia; Cilantro, Bunnytail Grass; Spider Plants (had to!); Eastern Cottontail Skull* *One day this Summer, I discovered a young, whole, deceased rabbit at the edge of our shed. It looked perfect, other than having lost its life. I carefully tucked the limp body under a hedge, blanketed it with… Continue reading Mon. with a Bun
Just Past Equinox October Rainbow A wee bit haunting
Pouf! The 2022 loofah-growing photo essay will be coming soon! Or late. But coming eventually 🙂
The votes have been tallied and here are the winning photos! Salmon Ranunculus on the left; “candy stripe” Cosmos with a bumblebee on the right. The competition was close, but no votes for the nymph squash bugs. (I don’t want them on my pumpkin vines, but they are kinda cute so small like that, no??… Continue reading 2022 Winners
What’s not typical about it? You, my dear readers, are not submitting photos. Rather, you are voting for your favorites of my favorite 2022 growing season photos. Why? Because Nature is gorgeous. Because Nature is calming. Because these 12 curated photos are glimpses at ecology as manifested in shapes, colors, textures, and ways of being.… Continue reading (Not your typical) Photo Contest!
That’s a Wrap on Summer
Dedicated to a very special girl
Lil’ Bit Snoozy This young cottontail relaxed in our backyard on a recent afternoon. As I worked outside, I peeked time to time at the little cutie. Eventually, head hit the pillow 😊 The image in-between features Bunnytail Grass (Lagurus ovatus) on a throw given to me by a friend.
Hello! This Gray Tree Frog surprised me when I lifted a pot of flowers from the patio table. I’m sure it was also quite surprised to be suddenly exposed! I carefully moved her/him to a spot under the lilac. Good luck, friend! I hope life is easy for you… being green and all. I am… Continue reading August FUFpdate