Flash or No

Flash or No

I am at home now but going backwards in my photo files to show some more treasures from last week’s Caddo NG surveying. More tomorrow from Caddo NG! Alaska’s Pristine Waterways Are Turning a Shocking Orange Scientists Reveal Why You Should Never Take Pebbles From The Beach Keep looking! The more you know, the more…

Leaving the Creek

Leaving the Creek

Time was flying by, but now it was time to circle back thru the woods to the car. Lots of good treasures are found next creeks. But in fact treasures are in many places! How plants mate for life and repel other suit Hoofed animals’ earliest ancestor discovered in Colorado Keep looking! The more you…

Hanging by a Thread!

Hanging by a Thread!

Jeanne and I are back in Fannin County continuing with my botany survey! And we started off at Bonham State Park once again. Here’s what we found on our hike on the trails. I told myself when we started the walk I was not going to photograph anything unless it was special. Well, as you…

A Puff

A Puff

Indeed a foggy start to the morning, eh! Well, at least at our house. 🙂 So I will continue on with Jan. 18th outing. Watch the puff! Great spot Jeanne! Tomorrow we head down into the ravine or ditch which ever you want to call it. Most Animals Have a 24-Hour Body Clock. This Beetle…

More near the pond

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. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

Whoa, two!

Whoa, two!

It would have been cool to see the change of the slime mold and fungus overnight as it happened, but I am not going to set that up. So these will have to do. But wait there is more 😉 Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see,…

Find it if you can

Find it if you can

Watching and observing nature is what we do right. Some times, it just being in the right place at the right time. You see something that catches your eye, maybe just a slight movement or color. Ancient spider caring for her offspring is trapped in 99 million-year-old amber Ancient spider caring for her offspring is trapped in…

Snake!

Snake!

As often as I am out, it is surprising to me I do not see more snakes. They are masters of being not seen. However, it is not just humans that pass by them, Gracie sometimes steps pass them without noticing their presence. And no Gracie was not with us on this outing…too hot for…