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Old 11-01-2015, 09:29 AM   #1
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Anyone seeing turkeys?
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A concrete example of an owl
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Old 11-01-2015, 04:50 PM   #3
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The foliage around the owl is pretty Arey
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That's a pre SuperStorm Sandy picture. The hostas are still recovering. The owl is sitting on a stump I picked up somewheres. After the storm, the owl was on the ground and the stump was washed up behind my garden shed. The owl now sits on a concrete stump, which I had had sitting around for several years while trying to decide what to do with it. The storm answered that question.
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Couldn't figure out what the bright spots were in the woods.....
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Until I got up close
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Thats the only drawback of maple firewood, if you don't use it, you will lose it! haha

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Someone must have had good intentions but forgot to come back for the pile. How could you tell it was maple? Did the fungus somehow clue you in as in that is the kind that grows on the maples?
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Cool!
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Like a blue-green wildfire
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pawprint It is almost like spring time here....or is it nearly Christmashahaha

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Someone must have had good intentions but forgot to come back for the pile. How could you tell it was maple? Did the fungus somehow clue you in as in that is the kind that grows on the maples?
Oh, OHHHHHH I don't know if it is maple for sure, but it looks like maple to me. I've got plenty of maple firewood laying around and I rarely, if ever see that pretty brite yellow stuff, most of ours around here is white colored.

Hey havalotta, how are your little sweet root coming along???? Here is a shot of mine that I grew from seed last november, restarting again this november.November 2015 Photo of the month contest-dsc00180.jpg

These guys are such 'eager beavers' they usually start early in the spring, and they decided to put up some leaves this november. These plants grew bigger than this during the summer, and then they died back as normal, but I get a kick out of seeing them growing in their blanket of leaves.

My latest version of the blue-green wildfire, it's not really majical...yet the majic will come later when I get these things installed somewhere! I'm just painting these Farkelberry boughs to see if we can't use them somewhere as decorations. Aren't they cool????~~~I'm pretty sure that these cragglie boughs have been used in years past... as wizard's wands!November 2015 Photo of the month contest-dsc00182.jpg

We do have some naturally occuring blue-green wildfire, which really shows off during this fall rain we got last night & today.November 2015 Photo of the month contest-dsc00181.jpg

I love seeing all those November seedpods that owl is protecting, nice picture Arey!

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