Normally we walk every other day when he is in town, and I walk around the neighborhood when he is gone. For the next few days we are determined to walk an hour or more each day, and hopefully twice a day soon.
The last time we walked we had deer bounding by, eight different kinds of butterflies, three types of dragonflies, three kinds of snakes (sorry...they didn't bother us, we didn't bother them.)
Today I brought my camera along, so of course all the wildlife got camera shy.
So enjoy the pictures sans beasts, scary and otherwise!
Palmetto trees rarely get much bigger than this. I think they look like a primeval forest, and dinosaurs should be munching nearby.
The lake is pretty today.
accommodate the new water level.
Wild Iris are blooming along the path. There were yellow ones a few days ago deep in the woods off the path. I didn't venture over for a close up of those.
The little green plant growing in the decaying stump is almost a visual sermon. The way the light hit it, new life in the midst of broken places.Barbequed Humans that are just salty and delicious.
That's all for now...gotta go to work. It has been really hectic for us the last few days!