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Monday, July 7, 2014

Nature Notes: Early July

July started out very hot but by Saturday we had much better temperatures, especially in the morning.

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My cherry trees don't have the kind of cherries that are large and eaten by humans and they don't have large blossoms but they do provide a lot of food for the birds. The dragonfly below seemed to like the bricks on my house.

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12 comments:

maryaustria said...

Gorgeous! Wonderful shots! I love the second one!

Leora said...

What a cool dragonfly photo. Nice composition and texture.

ZielonaMila said...

Beautiful pictures, beautiful summer pictures :) Regards

Rambling Woods said...

Oh great capture of the dragon.. I think it is a common white and we have them here too. I love dragonflies.. I hope you have some cool days to enjoy taking walks in Carver...Michelle

Rambling Woods said...

Whoops.. I meant common whitetail dragonfly..sorry

eileeninmd said...

It is nice to have a fruit bearing tree to attract the birds. Great capture of the dragonfly.. have a happy week!

Indrani said...

That is a terrific capture of the dragonfly with its shadow.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The dragon fly and shadow are beautiful on the brick -- Nature's art!

I'd opt for cherry tree like you have anytime -- would rather feed the yard-birds and buy the few we would want to eat at the market!

Anonymous said...

j'adore ce dernier cliché

Gillian Olson said...

Great pics, especially the dragonfly with that wonderful shadow!

YTSL said...

Love that dragonfly shot. Is brown a regular dragonfly color in North Carolina? In Hong Kong, the most common dragonfly color is blue -- though I've also seen red, yellow and green ones. :)

Florence said...

Lovely photos! I love dragonflies. They are ancient creatures whose fossils look very much like the dragonflies we see today.

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