Archive for the ‘Local Wildflowers’ Category

A few “in the field” macro shots of various things.. At the moment I’m not as good as identifying algae and fungi so I’ll leave the titles out. I’d embarrass myself making a feeble attempt. Anyone who knows names and wants to ID these guys.  I’ll happily rewrite this and post it for all to […]


from the wildflowers… So here is a day in the life of me and my wildflower hunt. springbeauty in feild (Claytonia lanceolata) On some philosophical level as I got older I found that life really is about the small wonders – the micro-perspective. I’ve heard it said another way; the devils in the details. I’ve […]


Today was much too rainy to be out and about. I made a few attempts to wander the backyard but the birds were hiding from the incoming storm. Not that I blame them; my children were too and it is very rare to see them watching television. One a trip we made today I ran […]


Just a few thoughts on flowers. About a month ago I was watching Nova – I am a real nerdy PBS junkie. The show was titled, “The First Flower.” If I’m not hiking, fishing or just aimlessly wandering around I’m probably watching PBS. Dr. Yin says a lot about flowers that I tend to agree […]