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Archive for the ‘nature’ Category

Pandamonium

July 5, 2020

If these pandas can figure out that facemasks help prevent the spread of coronaviruses, why can’t we.

Wise As An Owl

March 23, 2020

In the West, owls are seen as creatures of wisdom, but by no means is this view universal among the world’s population.

President Trump and Coronavirus

March 15, 2020

Self-quarantine does not necessarily always mean staying indoors.

Red Panda

February 4, 2020

One can never be over prepared for the ravishing side effects of global warming.

Family

December 29, 2019

They’re cute as can be, but don’t get too close.

Christmas Spiders

December 21, 2019

In places like Germany and Poland the spider web is seen as a harbinger of prosperity and good luck.

“Tryin’ To Reason With Hurricane Season”

August 31, 2019

There’s not much we can do about hurricanes except get out of their way, take shelter and perhaps write a song or two about Nature’s awesome power.

Summer In Antarctica

January 31, 2019

When winter rolls through America, it is summertime in Antarctica.

Merry Christmas

December 25, 2018

Many people on the planet believe that spiders are symbols of good luck.

Cat

October 11, 2018

A tiger is a big cat that is best left alone in the jungle.

Awakening

April 11, 2018

Shiprock is a huge rock monolith in Northwestern New Mexico and known to the Navajos as Tse Bit’a’i or “Winged Rock.”

Rise/Set

March 28, 2018

A winter sunrise is worth the effort to witness.

I’d Rather Be

March 14, 2018

Though my present locale is not bad (Southern Utah),I’d rather be sailing along the Coast of Maine in the summer time of course.

A Face in the Crowd

February 21, 2018

These “faces in a crowd” are very well schooled.

Tour Guide

February 7, 2018

The eagle loves to fish and is not adverse to obtaining his food by theft.

Beloved

January 31, 2018

Autumn comes quickly, and like long lost friends,is gone before you know it.

Weathered

January 10, 2018

Checkerboard Mesa in Zion National Park is where this weathered desert scene takes place.

Growth

January 3, 2018

These Vegas palms have managed to grow quite tall, even though they are in a hot, urban environment.

2017 Favorites

December 20, 2017

A gnarled piece of old wood takes on a strange shape in the red rock desert of southern Utah.

Waiting

September 6, 2017

Perhaps, a sunrise is more spectacular than a sunset, but who can get up at those ungodly hours to witness such an event.

Elemental

August 9, 2017

How these two elephant found their way to the middle of the Arizona desert remains a mystery.

Texture

August 2, 2017

Sometimes, Mother Nature can be quite the sculptor.

Delta

June 28, 2017

There is a big myth floating around that you can’t outrun a Bay of Fundy tidal surge.

Skate

June 13, 2017

A skate is an invertebrate lifeform of the sea, different in many ways from the more dangerous ray.

Evanescent

May 24, 2017

Evanescent is a seldom used word that can be easily be exemplified by the fleeting light that occurs at sunrise and sunset.

Wanderlust

April 26, 2017

Winter is a beautiful time of year in the mountain wilderness, but also a time when great dangers are present.

Earth

April 19, 2017

Earth Day should include a total planetary awareness.

Umbrella

March 30, 2017

Find out here why flamingos need to stand on one leg.

Dense

March 29, 2017

It is possible to come across tracts of dense forest in the most unexpected of places.

Snail(s)

March 23, 2017

A few residents of Washington, D.C. might want to take a lesson from these two snails, when they size up their current situation.