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The last of the moth series- …a soft, fuzzy, underbelly… and then there’s that face… Advertisements
You know you’re losing it when it’s getting late and you’re playing mind games with the moth head. Look again – there is no “e” in this Pi!
…several more images of the Royal Walnut Moth from various angles… part tarantula? check out those mandibles-part “Predator”? part “Mothman“?
Once again, I walked Chance the Dog on the Greenway at Lake Brandt (just off the Palmetto trail), when something bright red and 2 feet off the ground caught my eye. I must say this was one of the most astounding creatures … Continue reading
I know many of you see deer A LOT. I don’t. The most I’ve seen in one place were in Oregon, Colorado or Utah, not a watershed lake just outside of town. It’s NOT always a simple “walk in the park” when … Continue reading
Painting the falls.
EARLIER Completed in 1973, Belews Lake has a surface area of 3,863 acres and a shoreline of approximately 88 miles. It is impounded by a rolled earth fill dam with a concrete spillway across Belews Creek. The lake was created … Continue reading
Say that 5 times really fast!!
One leads to another…
After some snow, rain, ice, and overall cold, windy weather, a nice day opened up.