Found

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tiny snail on a hickory nut

“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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echinacea

These are some photos from last year that were waiting to be found on my camera. Even though it still looks as though we are in the midst of winter here in eastern Ontario (and more snow is apparently on the way), spring is in the air. Some days hover around zero, ice is sliding off the roof, we see flocks of Robins and the days are, thankfully, longer. Best wishes from the farmhouse!

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gooseberries

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hummingbird moth

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echinacea

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20 Responses to “Found”
  1. PennInk says:

    Ooh, how I’ve been trying to capture a Sphinx moth (aka hummingbird moth). Well done.

  2. Sheryl and Bruce says:

    Beautiful photos Kate – Bruce and I were missing your posts …

  3. Wonderful – love them all! I have missed your posts, Cait. I have not posted in over a year. Maybe spring flowers will spark my interest in blogging again. Take care and enjoy spring!

  4. Meanderer says:

    Beautiful! How lovely to see you back!

  5. Sukanya Ramanujan says:

    These images are so so beautiful!

  6. Lisa says:

    so wonderful to see you back online – i love gooseberries! looking forward to your spring posts : ).

  7. krikitarts says:

    What an outstanding hummingbird-moth portrait–they are so hard to catch! Hope we’ll be seeing more of you again!?

  8. sybil says:

    THAT was what was in your camera ? Stunning. Just stunning.

  9. Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    WOW, love your macros, ‘specially the (generations of) grape tendrils wrapped on fencing!
    Been trying to get a half-decent shot of those little butterfly moths for years – WELL DONE!: )
    Your little slimy fellow is so very cute too; seen their empty shells in the woods before but never intact… Aw heck, who am I kidding? These are all fabulous! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos and SO glad you looked (kind of like Christmas morning, eh?; )

  10. Sue J says:

    Have been missing your posts! So glad to see you back — love these images, as always!

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