For two weeks I’ve been writing a blog in my head to mark this 2 year anniversary. I have plenty of anger filled words. But that … Continue reading 2 Year Anniversary.
I keep thinking I need to create another blog where I can showcase my macabre photos. Admittedly, my collection of skeleton photos and other creepy discoveries I find in nature have limited appeal. Until I start a new blog, I’ll … Continue reading Ode to a Turtle – Limited Appeal
Jonathan and his dad had front row leaves (seats) to watch a new type of performance art last weekend. Poor little Jonathan got scared when the flower was getting devoured by the ‘artists.’ Will he be next? Date: April 23, 2017 Location: Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS) Continue reading Performance Art
All day, I couldn’t wait to come home and write today’s post. But now I am at a loss for words. The photo below will have … Continue reading Introducing… Blue Hair Girl
I remember this mall when it was in its prime. It has changed since my last visit years ago. When I look at the photo below, I like to imagine the crowds that used to shop here. Here’s a look at … Continue reading A Tribute to the Gainesville Factory Shops
I had the chance to visit Ball Knob Cemetery and was surprised to see my favorite mushroom was still there. If you missed the post from November, click here to see the mushroom when it was in its prime. … Continue reading Revisiting a mushroom at Ball Knob Cemetery
Here’s a look at my favorite cemetery on Christmas Eve. I don’t know if vandals knock the tombstones down or if the tombstones fall apart after so many years. Either way, I like to honor the deceased by visiting their … Continue reading Ball Knob Cemetery on Christmas Eve
Here are some enchanting and other-worldly mushroom photos from Ball Knob Cemetery near the LBJ Grasslands. This mushroom looks like one of my favorite brown-n-serve rolls served at … Continue reading An assortment of mushrooms in one location
I’ve been sitting on these photos all week – anxious to share them but not really sure if they will be enjoyed. But I will do my best effort to sell the idea and you can decide to scroll down … Continue reading Beetle Eating Grasshopper Eggs – Skip this post if you’re squeamish
I was walking at a favorite park with my friend when we spotted a toad. Having fed plenty of grasshoppers to spiders, I decided to expand my resume by trying to feed a toad. I found a sacrificial cricket nearby. … Continue reading The night I tried to feed a toad.