I wander around the wilderness behind the house every day, almost. I take a lot of photos of mushrooms, wildflowers, insects, leaves and anything else in nature, especially unusual or seldom noticed things. The wilderness is located in the northeast corner of Alabama. It's on the Cumberland Plateau, which is toward the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Photos I Took Today.
I'm looking forward to the beginning of Spring so the world will have a little more color in it. Usually, around here, April is the month when all the green is fully restored.
I like taking photos of bees, bugs and flowers. There are some scenery shots that I plan to take also, places that I scoped out this winter.
Below are a few of the pictures I took today.
Another little waterfall. There's hundreds of these down in the big hollow.
I found some green in the woods. Moss growing on top of an old rotting stump.
Crow. You can tell this one has an attitude. All crows have attitudes though.
They are amazing creatures.
Notice the circle on the rock. It was probably made by some alien ages ago when aliens roamed this world.
This one and the next two were taken this afternoon from the front porch.