There are so many amazing creatures all wrapped up in here. Just when you think you’ve found them all, you see another one!
December 21. Tree.
Apologies in advance for the multiple postings in a row today. I’ve been taking lots of pictures but haven’t had a chance to post anything for a long time. I’ve been on vacation from work and busy with my family and holidays. I hope everyone had a great holiday!
This is the giant cedar tree in my backyard. I love this tree. Complete with squirrel nest, raccoon visits, chickadee nest, and visits from a dozen species of backyard birds.
November 27. Tree.
One of my favorite things to take pictures of, trees.
This is great big one on NE Fremont. Its on an empty lot, which back in the early 1900’s certainly had a grand old house on it. Now its just an empty lot. But the tree remains, as well as the concrete steps that walk up from the sidewalk to the property.
November 9. small.
If I were something small, like an ant, maybe this is what the world would look like to me.
A little weed would be the same as a giant tree.
The animal hospital I work at is snuggled in the hills of Forest Park along Cornell Road. It’s a forest within the city.