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Rev 22:1 And he showed me a river of water of life, bright as crystal, proceeding out of the 5throne of God and of the Lamb in the middle of its street. ~~~ Live in the USA? Get a free Bible and free Christian books

Saturday, November 19, 2016

After the first snow storm





Yesterday started with rain and ended with cold winds and snow cover.  The temperatures have dropped.  The late sun this afternoon had some melting effect and cleared some of the paths.  Snow clung to much of the foliage still.  But tender colors can still be found.

Enjoy!

~ Robin

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Marsh road paved!




The path along the creek and the marsh road are finally open!  

The gravel is gone and the road is paved.  This will be primarily for bicycles.  








Late as it is in November, there are still late bloomers and color.  









Even active fish flash a little orange.

Enjoy!

~ Robin


Friday, September 30, 2016

Signs of Fall at the Gardens

 




The park is still under construction, with many parts not accessible yet.

Meanwhile at Eloise Butler Wildflower Gardens... Fall is starting to show herself.

Enjoy!

~ Robin


Thursday, September 15, 2016

"Bee"zy Place!





The Bassett Creek Regional Trail Extension project has closed more of the park down, including both bridges.  This has not stopped the other busy workers at the park.  











From bees to ambush bugs, the park it quite the busy place.

Enjoy!

~ Robin

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Weaver's Romance





Weavers took advantage of a windless night.  The morning dew approved their work with wet kisses.  Then a gentle sun-warmed breeze blew the kisses away.

Enjoy!

~ Robin

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Summer Tiaras








Summer is at full height.  Early morning provided for several golden moments.











Morning dew provided for lovely sunlit tiaras.



Enjoy!

~ Robin 



Monday, July 25, 2016

Honey, I lost the moon!


After seeing the gorgeous moon just before 10:45 on Friday, I decided I would schedule some late night outdoor time just to capture the moon.  So I went out at 10:45 last night.  No moon!  I called my husband and told him that somehow I had lost the moon.  He couldn't see it either.  Then I remembered, just as the sunrise time changes from day to day, so does the moon rise.  I found a calculator to help me for next time.  I stuck it out and waited.  Around 11:45 signs were beginning to appear.


And details were beginning to show as the moon rose above the tree line.

She did not disappoint.  A waning gibbous 77% illuminated.

Enjoy!

~ Robin