|Tree knitting, found by Rosie P. Photo by P.C.|
Somehow it managed to bend over sideways, then back around and wrap itself right through the branches of another tree. And there it is, right along a trail I walk regularly, and I never saw it.
|"Baby Bear" Photo by Rosalie P.|
Careful eyes (not mine) also caught a nice Wood Frog sitting well camouflaged in a small depression near the trail.
|A wood frog enjoys some late summer warmth. Photo by P.C.|
|Pickerel Weed blooming on the shoreline. Photo by P.C.|
Dragon flies are a ubiquitous sight throughout the summer - we all see them everywhere around the lake. But to capture the special feel of these delicate insects, intertwined in a different manner, and well assimilated with the late summer foliage is something special.
|Dragonfly pair. Photo by P.C.|
Everyone is unique, everyone has their own eye to the world around us. It is a joy to spend time with people and learn what they see, beauty that I might overlook. Take a walk with someone you know and see what new things you find! I look forward to future walks - or paddles - or snow shoe trips - with all of you!
|A new perspective on sun showers over Lake Wicwas. Photo by P.C.|
Post Script: For those of you following the loons on Wicwas this summer, our long-term pair is still on the lake - I got a glimpse of the bands on the female this week. Our single loon is still here as well, but I haven't seen the second pair lately.
|One green and one red-and-white striped band on our female loon|