downy feathers

littering the front yard

saint paul, minnesota

  • margie says:

    so soft it makes me want to go back to bed

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wild blackberries

from my backyard

saint paul, minnesota

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echinacea

you can see why this is named after sea urchins (echinos)

saint paul, minnesota

  • margie says:

    definitely

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  • Anu says:

    Just love the combination of these colors!

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a day of fossil hunting

minnesota ordovician fossils:  brachiopods, crinoids, bryozoa

found at the “brickyard” along the mississippi river, lilydale regional park

saint paul, minnesota

  • Jo says:

    Beautiful pictures! I wondered onto your webpage by accident after my own fossil hunting trip in north-west Ireland and it is amazing to see that exactly the same treasures get washed up at both sides of the Atlantic.
    Anyway, amazing photos, I wish my own “photo a day” project was as amazing as yours but it definitely gives me a lot if inspiration!

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roadside thistle

found roadside on interstate highway 35w

roseville, minnesota

  • janine says:

    love the colors and detail

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