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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
Title warning – everything is in the eye of the beholder! Bright colors, sunlit, golden, pretty… Dark, gritty, slimy, ground-dwellers, ugly… These were shot within 6 feet of each other.
In our front yard is the photinia fraseri, an evergreen shrub commonly called red tip or red top (particularly in the South where it has been frequently planted). This shrub celebrates spring with bronze red to bright red new leaves that emerge … Continue reading
“After dark all cats are leopards” – Zuni proverb. For more on cat lore. Once there, I reviewed the many cat-related proverbs and the above was the only one located relating to “Pueblo of Zuni” Tribe in New Mexico.
A pair of spotted laurel leaves (that hearty evergreen shrub with the yellow speckles).
Colors and textures on canvas.
Say that 5 times really fast!!
A single ivy leaf makes itself known with the help of sunlight and snowmelt.
One little seed finds a place to germinate, and voilà!