Only one left

After looking into the soul of the tree through its “eye” in yesterday’s post, we continued on finding yet more treasures.

Winter brings out the browns in these shelf fungus!

It seemed strange, but only to us I’m sure, that the fungus outlined this piece of bark.

The brown Redbud pods hung ever so brightly in the sunlight.

The capsules of a moss!


Bumps on a Red Oak’s root.

Moss was collected.

Looking closer, we admired the silvery leaves!

Another moss and liverwort, this time on a fallen Red Cedar. All the stuff we collect, will get deposited in a herbaria. Mosses go to Texas A&M’s herbarium.

Did you miss getting a kiss under the mistletoe? You can use this one if you like 😉

Close up of buds.

This is where the berries will form.

Only one berry left! More treasures tomorrow!

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Giraffes Hum to Each Other Throughout the Night, And Zookeepers Never Noticed

Keep looking!

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


  1. Your photos make the plainest thing beautiful. Things i might never notice. Humming giraffes is so cool. Love tarantulas.

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