artist point, grand marais, minnesota
beautiful way to view it
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just started singing
saint paul, minnesota
This must be such a rewarding project. Finding the special in everyday life. Beautiful.
Did you catch that guy yourself? :)
We have an abundance of these little cuties in our yard. They like to hang out on the railings of our deck, and then at night they migrate to the glass on the patio door where they feast on all the bugs that are attracted to the lights inside the house. It is easy picking for them, and good entertainment for the kids.I don’t know if tree frogs need to be near water or not, but we live beside a wetland, so we have lots of different kinds of frogs and toads. I am sure there will be many more to populate the posts of STILL blog as the summer unfolds. My eight year son loves to bring them to me to photograph!
Thanks for visiting,
i love the chorus of tree frogs
love it standing tall and of to the left like that
north captiva island, gulf coast, florida
Hi Mary Jo, I love this blog and your incredible photos. Did you collect these sand dollars over time? I would love to walk on a beach where there are this many sand dollars! I only find one every few years…
Hi Rita, my sister-in-law found these while vacationing for a week on North Captiva Island in late March. She said that when the tide went out, they could find handfuls at a time. The island just north of North Cap is a State Park called Cayo Costa…I bet that would be just as abundant too. I highly recommend the area.
rice creek off-leash dog park, saint paul, minnesota