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Thursday, September 27, 2012
The wooly bear caterpillar has always been a fun winter weather predictor. The longer the middle orange section, the longer the winter. This fuzzy guy is definitely indicating a long winter for our area.
This or That Thursday
Flower Art Friday
Floral Friday Fotos
Flowers on Saturday
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
We went on a hike this past weekend from Starvation Creek up the side of the Columbia River Gorge. This was the first of three waterfalls we saw during our day. There is a huge fallen basalt boulder in front of it, which when you stand between the boulder and the falling water, creates a sort of amphitheater effect.
Waters on Wednesday
Water World Wednesday
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Seriously creepy. The size of the spiders in autumn is pretty incredible. This one was minding his own business in the center of his web. His bold markings and colors was a photo opportunity waiting to happen. I snapped away. When I went to leave, I noticed another spider of the same variety nearby, only larger, and killing some sort of large beetle. It was super gross. I high tailed it out of there ;)
I Heart Macro
Ruby Tuesday 2
Sweet Shot Tuesday
Monday, September 24, 2012
At the very beginning of a hike we took yesterday, there was these autumn leaves tangled in the dry grasses on the edge of the path. It was striking because it was all of similar tones. Very "fall".
Mellow Yellow Monday
Favorite Photo Monday
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