11.13.2005

On a Warm November Morning

A couple of things I wanted to share from this morning's walk:



Sunny Sunday morning.


A young eastern fence lizard soaking up some rays.


Leaves on the water.


Just because I liked the way they looked.


Yellow-legged meadowhawk, female

As a courtesy to SquirrleyMojo, I have left out the photos of the bear scat we found on our walk. It did have some pretty interesting fungi growing on it though -- maybe I'll post that tomorrow ;)

10 comments:

Watchmania said...

Really beautiful pictures, Swampy. I especially like the 1st, 3rd and 4th shots.

Rexroth's Daughter said...

Glad to see that Sunday morning is beautiful there. I love those leaves on the water.

Floridacracker said...

Beautiful. Like the duckweed in the one leaf photo.
Poop and fungus in one post? We are all a twitter as we anticipate tomorrow!

My word verification for this comment is SPUDGUG. I just had to share that...

swamp4me said...

SPUDGUG...I believe that's some sort of potato pest.

SquirrleyMojo said...

i especially liked the yellow leaf on water with the pine needles . . . very solidary . . .

and of course, the top pic looks fantistical--i can imagine a cartoon turkey stepping out from behind a tree and educating children on the rituals of Thanksgiving . . .

thanks for holding off on the scat & giving me fair warning too.

T. Beth said...

That top photo is superb! You are so lucky to live in such an interesting place.

Anvilcloud said...

I like the top photo too. Besides the color and composition and all of the good stuff, the trees look so different from ours.

Ontario Wanderer said...

It looks like late fall might be the best time to visit the south. Please tell me the mosquitoes are gone.

Yes, the first photo is the best of the lot and yes, some of us will be interested in the bear scat and fungus...(from a distance and not too close to the bear).

swamp4me said...

OW, I still run into the occassional mosquito when I'm out, but nothing too annoying this time of year.

lené said...

I always enjoy your photographs and the short lessons that are often included.