Category Archives: Botany
Here are some exquisite examples of this granite, moss-covered and tree-lined cliff at Rudyerd Bay near Ketchikan. Most of the world’s fjords (i.e. Norway), which are glacier-formed narrow inlets with steep cliffs, are found in only a handful of countries and some of … Continue reading
It’s a term often used for Misty Fjords – the words heart-stopping and jaw-dropping just aren’t enough to do justice to this area of natural beauty. Misty Fjords National Monument covers 2 million acres (vs. Yosemite’s 761,000) of the Tongass National Forest, … Continue reading
For the few who know – Eames; for the other viewers – truly, no worries!! Simply enjoy this uncanny resemblance to wildlife!
For just a second, the wind on the lake died down and this purple petunia was stilled.
The Black Magic Elephant Ear caladium is a tuberous, upward-growing plant displaying thick burgundy-colored stalks that support remarkably huge, velvety smooth, deep purplish-black leaves – a nice and unique contrast in the garden.
Just some creative playing…
So many places for this bee to bumble in a giant red wall of nectar…
Once again, the stunning white peony! FACTOID: Marilyn Monroe wore a white dress in the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch, directed by Billy Wilder. The dress was created by costume designer William Travilla and was worn in one of the … Continue reading
mountain laurel colors – pink, red, white, yellow and lime green
Come close… closer… even closer….