Tiny wildflowers, seen on a forest hike.
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I’m no morning person, so seeing this evening bird getting a worm makes me feel better about my life choices. American robin.
What a magnificent old tree. The base of the trunk is at least 5 feet in diameter!
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Some days, the best thing you can do is just stand there and soak up the sun.
Came upon this grouchy female redwing blackbird while hiking. Must have been a nest nearby, there was much scolding.
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“Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun.” ~Kahlil Gibran.
Blessings to all on this Summer Solstice.
I shouldn’t be surprised by the beauty of nature, but I was awestruck when I looked up from the base of this sandstone bluff. It’s located along the Lost Canyon Trail in Governor Dodge State Park.
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I spent an afternoon hiking a segment of the Ice Age Trail, in the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest.
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