FOTD: Hosta Flowers

I usually don’t think of hostas in terms of flowers, but they do produce flowers in August. This species has a pretty and fragrant white flower. More beauties at Cee’s Flower of the Day, 9/21/18. Zoomed out:

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CB&WPC: Winter Trees

In my previous post for RDP, I mentioned that we had a mild winter this past year. So mild, in fact that trees began budding in February. This was a couple of weeks after the biggest snow storm we had last February! But winter lingers and teases – when in March we all ready for […]

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RDP: Slippery in Winter

Last winter was a mild one for the Chicago area in comparison to others in recent memory. We got some snow, after which it thawed a bit, then turned cold. This made the roads and sidewalks icy and slippery. It became easier and less hazardous to walk on the crunchy snow than on the sidewalks […]

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In the Pink: Yum Yum!

Becky’s Month of Squares challenge for September is “In the Pink.” I love cookies! And cookies with frosting are nearly irresistible! After taking this photo of a heart-shaped cookie one Valentine’s Day, I was tickled pink that it was mine to devour! Yum yum!

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Copious Gatherings

Many bird species gather in large numbers. I often hear a chorus of sparrows when I pass by their favorite trees or hedges. Copious gathering of cattle egrets (Tarangire National Park, Tanzania): along the lakeshore and even in the trees! Copious gathering of flamingos (Amsterdam zoo): Posted for photo challenges RDP 9/17/18: Copious and Becky’s […]

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