Friday, October 28, 2011

Looking for Evidence

Just a quick post since we are still without power at home, so I'm posting from the public library. My apologies if the developing is off, but they won't let me turn off the lights in the study room so I can see the LCD better....They are afraid I might be sleeping here!

Thursday evening we received a dusting of snow intermixed with rain. Since this is a change in the recent weather, it provided a built in excuse to go to Great Meadows to see the impact.

There really wasn't any. The geese were still flying.

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A Cornell Alumni Group sponsored by Cornell Labs for Ornithology



Along the Dike a Goldfinch was feasting on Evening Primrose seeds. Which photo do you like better?

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Here are a few random impressions that caught my eye
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A little snow remained in the woods in the shadows

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Ferns turning yellow highlighted by the sun

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Solitary leaf boating on the Concord

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Leaves and frost greet visitors to the observation deck

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Frost provides "sugar frosting" to plants

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Frost on lotus seed pod

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Fungi shines in the sun

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Foliage reflections

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