â–¶ Regarding the image above: If you know, stifle. If you don’t at first and want to venture a guess, please leave them in comments. Tomorrow I’ll have the answer for you.Â [HINT: this is not a long-range shot of distant mountain ranges. It is not the hide of an exotic Goose Creek endemic reptile. And it is not one of Ann’s desserts.]
â–¶Â Looking forward to the rainy-day-indoor crazies. We got a nice rain to settle the dust, wet down the cardboard I’m using to kill weeds in the garden, and encourage the snow peas, beets, chard and kale along. Meanwhile, I’m literally being nibbled to death by mouse. She has, mercifully, lost her baby-razors and now has big dog teeth.
â–¶ Catch the Last Pictureshow. Last, at least, for the SustainFloyd movie season. This time, it’s Carbon Nation. It has gotten good reviews from across the political aisle.
….and a few kept snippets from recent browsing, FYI. Worth every penny you paid for it.
â–¶ Live! Great Blue Heron Nest at Cornell Lab of Ornithology
â–¶Â Nature-Deficit Disorder – NYTimes.com
â–¶Â Global Warming Close to Becoming Irreversible: Scientific American
- Vegetable of the week: rainbow chard (plantstrongliving.com)
- Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. Part I: Vegetable (livelywallflower.wordpress.com)
- Children and Nature : ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ in Pakistan (environmentaleducationuk.wordpress.com)
6 thoughts on “Creek Jots Early April ’12”
Is it the underside of a mushroom?
Thanks for the link to the great blue heron nest. I will bookmark it next to the live bald eagle cam. Such fun!!! Take care. ARR
Fungus is my vote.
This is a fungus, mostly circular, withthe concentric rings in various stages of drying and culrling up slightly. Photo taken from above, shooting down?
Okay. FUNGUS it is. Now can you be more specific?
Looks like the underside of a mushroom to me, but I can’t be more specific.