More near the pond

On these outings, I do not think I can run out of interesting things to see. In this post, we were still near the pond.

When we saw this white fungus on a snag, we thought they looked like white snails. No we did not think they were, but it just reminded us of that.

Another different closeup of a white fungus.

Isn’t this a hoot. The tree was still alive, however I would not want to be near this during high winds!

From this angle you can make out the tree rings.

Can you ever see through trees? Well if they have a hole clean through LOL!

On the tree above on the backside the beavers had done a bit of gnawing here too.

Inside the hole, a green lacewing had deposited her white eggs.

Here was a rather limp mushroom.

The small brown balls are old Wolf Milk Slime Mold. When fresh, they are orange.

Life is constantly renewing itself as shown here on the old decaying log.

Assassin Bug (Reduviidae)!

A thistle was fading.

Can you spot the green lacewing eggs among the moss and grass?

A closeup of the eggs.

A feather caught on debris.

Lastly, sheet spider webs on the ground.

Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.


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