Category Archives: Plants
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
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…
Rat snakes feed on rats, mice, birds, and other reptiles. The black rat snake, as the name implies, is completely black except for a white chin. These snakes vary greatly in color in different areas of North Carolina, and more rare … Continue reading
A hawk scoping things out at the water’s edge, and up close with another deer.
So many places for this bee to bumble in a giant red wall of nectar…
mountain laurel colors – pink, red, white, yellow and lime green
Come close… closer… even closer….