Water, light, small fish
Feather on duck-weed!
Light deep in the forest creates interesting visions.
Bruce is measuring the girth, David is looking at the heigth.
Golden silk orb-weaver
Love seeing so much of this bird, it is usually swimming
This beautiful flower is an invasive species in the Pacific Northwest.
Red, Red, Rose
Up Close Details
Shadows on a pond covered with duckweed.
Light in the forest captures my eye.
Wood Ear fungus
A very flexible, almost rubber like feel makes one understand how it was named.
This is a typical view of the Moorhen
Almost ready to eat.
New pea in the garden
An apple a day...
A most interesting creature. It is a great food source of many birds, and is prehistoric. Like the butterfly, and the cicada, it has many stages of life.
The small male spider can be seen above the larger female.
Grooming at Scotts Neck Pond
Common Moorhen, Gallinula chloropus
Lots of feathers to keep clean
Common Moorhen, Length; 14 inches, Wing Span; 21 inches, Weight: 11 ounces
A native flower in the Pacific Northwest
A perfect face
Johnie-jump-up, much smaller than a pansy
Hummingbirds love this flower
I must get the name from Nicki!