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A walk in the woods

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Autumn,  punctuated by a Comma

The river at sunrise
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River Puddle at Sunrise 2

Heartbreaking Brown Anole
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This is a little bit unusual for an entry, but definitely beautiful in its sad way.

This pretty little wild Brown Anole took up residence in one of my windows this August, sleeping in it and hiding in it from the rain, and going outside to hunt in the day when it's possible. They're not the first either- I've had Anole buddies in my windows in the past. This one however is slightly more trusting and allows me to visit through the glass if I'm careful.

This shot is blurred for a reason: it's just been taken moments ago, and the glass is rainspattered. He's standing on his hind legs and peeking out the window like a small house pet would... watching the slow Orlando Florida arrival of Hurricane Irma.

Due to the nature of this shot, it's impossible to have it any clearer.





So you can see the little sweetie better, I've also included a clearer shot of them from August 20th, here under a LiveJournal Cut.

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UPDATE: Anole is safe, and they took in another Anole or two part way through the storm, for shelter too. The screen mesh offered them excellent grip, and they also tucked into the edges against the sash when it got bad.

Cercis canadensis
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Cercis canadensis, Knightshayes Court

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Nasturtiums, Knightshayes Court

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fruitfulness

Butterfly, Orlando Florida
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It was teeming with all sorts of butterflies 🦋 today when I was out for a walk to the Indian grocery, and one was gracious enough to pose for photos.

Initial ID is that they're a Viceroy butterfly, which is one of a few Monarch mimics out there, but I am waiting for verification from my local Audubon Society chapter because the coloration is unusually dark for a Viceroy. Viceroys are very similar to Monarchs, and usually are that clear, bright orange. Yes, the color and lighting are fine, they were really that dark.

Please excuse the setting, I was at the property line chain link fence. When you capture a clear shot of a butterfly close up, you consider yourself fortunate. LOL



Beautiful Birds
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Australian photographer Peter Murrowood

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Красивые птицы / фотограф Peter Murrowood

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