Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Signs of Spring/NaHaiWriMo

I don't know the species, but this plant grows where a volunteer cherry tree had been taken down.

Hooded mergansers, photographed through the fence encircling the retention pond near our post office. Large view

I don't know if this is a seed, a covering protecting an insect egg, or something else entirely.

This spider lives in our hedge, in which these holly berries (covered in pollen) grow:

Same plant species as that of the photo up top.


I sent the sweetgum through several transformations. Click on the images to access different magnifications.

Back in January this osprey was nesting on a light in the mall parking lot:

February is NaHaiWriMo: National Haiku Writing Month. I'm participating for the first time this year, and began with this warm-up on January 31:

red sunset
swoops below moonrise
robins drawn north

My February 1 haiku:

hawk shadow
on fallen oranges
lifts with a cry
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