Nature’s unique, beautiful gifts

You never know what you’re going to see when you’re outside. Nature can provide you with some very unique images. Every day, there is something unexpected to be seen and, if you’re lucky, you’ll have a camera ready to record some of those images. If you don’t have a camera or a phone or some other device that can record those images, you still have your memory of nature at its most fascinating or even unusual. You’ll find some interesting and unique sights when you are least expecting them!
“I am a little eating machine. Grass is yummy, and, in the fall, when I am getting ready to hibernate, I could be a fine lawnmower.”

Friends sharing space.

Caught in mid-flight, gulf fritilleries (a type of butterfly commonly seen along the Gulf of Mexico and in the southeast) show off their lovely coloring.

A great blue heron enjoys life in a creek near a bike path. The sound of traffic from the nearby South Parkway does not faze this bird.

bird seed is a fine treat


This is a tough nut to crack.

Last but not least… meet the wascally wabbit!



4 thoughts on “Nature’s unique, beautiful gifts”

  1. Love those fritilleries especially,…
    and we are both catching up slowly but surely on this challenge….
    Also, just wanted to let you know – my motivation post has your name on it.. – you are nominated for an award there..

  2. I enjoyed seeing all the Animals and its why I love walking. Especially encountering new dogs as I love them and like being able to pet them which makes me smile.

  3. pamtheamericandogrunner

    You've inspired me to once again bring my camera with me EVERYWHERE I go, I used to do that but find it is hard to run with my dogs and carry my SLR or now DSLR. But I do have my camera phone for those "on the run" shots- literally! You inspired me with your photos and words….thank you lovely!

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