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Category Archives: Nature
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is PROLIFIC. There is an oak tree on the edge of the community ball park near us. The ground beneath its branches was covered with acorns, wall-to-wall (or should I say … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is AWAKENING. The contrasting red of the new maple buds against the background of its just opened leaves tells me that the maple (Acer ‘Summer Glow) is awakening to the first … Continue reading
Here we are in mid February, and I am finally beginning to see the early signs of spring in our region of North Carolina. The colder than normal weather we have experienced has pushed these early events a month later … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is SILENCE. It is only the tinkling of this small waterfall that breaks the silence of this scene. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/silence/
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is FAVORITES. We have been asked to share our favorite photos from 2017. Here are the two that received the most likes and comments from you kind readers during the year: … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is ASCEND. I planted this Sweet Autumn Clematis (Clematis terniflora) next to a pine tree in my previous garden in Chapel Hill. I watched it grow rapidly in just a few … Continue reading