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This is an older photo taken in 2007 while I was tracking turtles for scientific research in Lockport, Illinois. We trapped these two whopper snappers (Snapping turtles) and put them into large totes in the basement for safekeeping before weighing … Continue reading
About 3,000 to 4,000 years ago, Tahkenitch Lake is believed to have been an ocean estuary. Large earthquakes caused the dunes to shift, cutting it off from the Pacific Ocean, now 1.6 miles away (http://wikimapia.org/5881468/Tahkenitch-Lake). According to The Northwest Coast: … Continue reading
Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) is one of the fastest growing trees in the Pacific Northwest and the world. Mature trees have been known to grow 300 feet tall and 15 feet in diameter. Their range extends along the Pacific Coast … Continue reading
Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Lily pads between earth and sky, hovering over the waters of a clear summer in July. The carpet spread out, green coasters with white flowers that sprout, reach upwards to greet the dawn. Every…
"If you don't turn your life into a story, you just become a part of someone else's story." -Terry Pratchett
Images, words, meanderings.
The first half was the learning. The second half will be the living.
Where derision meets concision.
Ideas on writing and baking
A collection of beautiful things and thoughts
Everyday musings ....Life as I see it.......my space, my reflections and thoughts !!
A symposium of thought & whimsy
Author: The Eternals Series
the quill that shatters glass
It's all about the jouney.....not the destination!
Some beautiful photographs and words.
Digital art by Steve
Never, oh! never, nothing will die... (Alfred Tennyson)
I am amateur photographer and nature enthusiast Joe DuChene, and this is my personal website. My goal is to promote The Great Swamp Conservancy of which I am a member. Please visit their official sites linked here on the blogroll. Better yet come hike the conservancys east side trail system, it's what I enjoy and where all these images were captured.
by Evelina Di Lauro