Just a Tuesday macro, ha de Gött!
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Colorful thick for winter cold days. Soft rustling, smelling of chilly fresh October rain. Still wind quilts autumn cover for […]
Just resting on the way down. Even the sharpest juniper spikes offers a resting place. Waiting for that gust, that […]
Pearls of water, in water Renewal, surface tension Yellow signal, between Heaven and earth A mere reflection What was, what […]
So finally at the very end of the season I got one to sit still long enough. The dragonfly, Vagrant […]
The great spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos major). As I was walking back to the car I heard it up in the […]
The power of nature becomes evident in a waterfall. The roaring mixes with rippling sound as the water goes over […]
One of the things I love with autumn is all the mushrooms that popps up among the falling leafs. You […]
Yellow hat fungus Monday macro, ha de Gött!
If I had to choose a favorite season it would be autumn. The variety is not only in the colors. […]