Tag Archive: East Texas

Last on the Card, September 2020

This is a fun challenge from Brian at Bushboys World. The rules are simple:1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 30th September.2. No… Continue reading

The Changing Seasons – September 2020 in East Texas

Although I spend a fair amount of time in Central Texas, I live in East Texas.  While there is some overlap, we tend to see different plants, insects, and birds here, so I… Continue reading

Host and Guests – Ludwigia

I have a goal to identify all the species living on our farm.  The pond plants in particular have been a problem for me, because a lot of them look similar.  And even… Continue reading

Last on the Card, August 2020

I have been meaning to join in this challenge since I saw it in January!  Brian at Bushboys World came up with the idea of showing whatever photos are last on your card… Continue reading

Lens-Artists Challenge #77 – Favorite Photos of 2019

For this week, the Lens-Artists Challenge is to look back over 2019, and post your favorite photos. My main aim in photography is to document all the wildlife on our farm, and that… Continue reading

The Gift of Snow

It’s lovely to get a light touch of winter.

April 2017 on the Farm

We are having a lovely spring with a long period of cool weather.  We still have lots of butterflies around, the dewberries are already ripening, and a few bumble bees are showing up.… Continue reading

Nightly Forest Report

This post originally appeared on my other blog, Deep in the Heart of Textiles, in May of 2014.  When I started this blog about nature, I thought it fit better here.  I have… Continue reading

An Ordinary, Glorious Day

I spent this morning with another volunteer, walking a private property, helping the landowner by searching for a certain endangered plant.  We didn’t end up finding any, but we did find a close… Continue reading

Snakes So Far This Year

When my dog, Harper, was younger, she barked indiscriminately at every animal she found.  Then she figured out that if it was a snake, I would make her come away from it, and… Continue reading