My favorite snake showed up the other morning. I love the bright turquoise stripes on this Western Ribbonsnake, and the beautiful lines it forms as it moves. The last time I saw this… Continue reading
A wealth of wildlife this afternoon… Besides these, there were others who didn’t stay still for a picture – Eastern Bluebirds, Pine Warblers, a Ground Skink, and two small Southern Leopard Frogs.
This is a small wild orchid, Spiranthes cernua, that blooms in fall and again in spring. It is about the height and delicate size of lily-of-the-valley. There are several similar species, but they… Continue reading
Early the other morning, my husband stuck his head out the door to survey the rain, and noticed a snake on the porch. He alerted me and I ran for the camera. The… Continue reading
On the last Friday of each month, I walk the same route and take pictures in all four directions. This is my Point 6, top of the creek bank, facing south.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.” Walking along near the creek, I saw this Eastern Hognose snake… I see Eastern Hognose snakes every now and then around here, and… Continue reading
The weather has been cloudy but hot and still the last few days. We are supposed to be getting moisture blowing in from the Gulf of Mexico, and I am ready for the… Continue reading
The camphor daisies (Rayjacksonia phyllocephala) have just started blooming. They are a pretty nondescript plant, tall and skinny, with long tough stems that look like leggy geranium stems, rough thick leaves, and small… Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Monochromatic.” The first cool breeze of fall brought in a Great Egret. The tip from Jen Hooks’ photo prompt that helped me the most was… Continue reading
—and one mimic. I am not a person who can readily identify birds, dragonflies, or butterflies “on the wing”, at least at first. I need to take pictures, and then sit down with… Continue reading