Category Archives: flora and fauna

Piglet in the Pasture at Stone Barns

We took a road trip north of the city to do schoolwork and mess about outside with a quick tour of Stone Barns Center for Agriculture. It was fascinating but since then I have been wondering about organic agriculture as … Continue reading

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Flowers Wilted and Dried Out in the Heat

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Views from the High Line

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Escape 1

This is The Big Tree. It is called The Big Tree because it used to be paired with a smaller version of the same kind. The Little Tree, which was not very little at all, succumbed to a disease that … Continue reading

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Sentimental

I took this picture in the early morning on the edge of a campground while my partner and our dog slept. I liked wandering in the morning before everyone else is awake. It was quiet and still misty and cool … Continue reading

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Animal Sightings, Part 3

Peacocks on Madison

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Animal Sightings, Part 2

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