At the bottom

It was not quite a creek, but rather a place the rain surges down from the prairie. Eventually, it will make it to a creek. However here it just washed sand and debris from above.

The mosses and trees have so much beauty.

Fallen trees creates new habitat for fungi, lichens, mosses and so much more!

Turkeytail shelf fungus’ colors are awesome!

Another view!

Next, a small bright orange shelf fungus!

A view at the bottom.

The sandstone was exposed here.

Can you spot the Goatweed Leafwing butterfly? If I had not watched it land, I mostly likely would have missed it too.

For a while, the ant played peek-a-boo. Then it came out but not for long as you can see here.

A beautiful silvery gray fungus!

These mushrooms were growing behind a piece of bark on a dead tree.

An overall view of the ravine!

This is the beginning, where a lot of the water must flow in. Certainly, a big drop!

This Maximillian Sunflower was back at the edge of woods out of the ravine. So tomorrow’s post will be about a couple of things I collected and brought home for closer examination!

Keep looking!

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


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