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Jet contrails crossing, March 7, 2021
The main waterfall in the Green Mountain Nature Preserve, Huntsville. This was taken early on an very overcast autumn morning. Still, it needed a 4x neutral density filter and a tripod for an exposure of about 1 second. Usually, I … Continue reading
Backwaters of the Tennessee River along the first section of the new Singing River Trail. As stated on their website: “The Singing River Trail is a vision for a long-distance trail in North Alabama that connects our communities, provides active-living … Continue reading
Seen along the first section of the new Singing River Trail in North Alabama. Is this pink/lavender bloom also Crimson Clover, or an interloper?
Trail Art along the Tennessee River at Ditto Landing, Huntsville, Alabama. “Early Home Defense” is indeed the name on the small plate at the base of this piece.
These fossils are fairly common around the Cumberland Plateau of the southern U.S. This photo spans about 2 inches across. If you look closely, you’ll see almost everything in the photo is a fossil!
I did this photo some time back. I can’t remember, though – is this a pine bark beetle larvae eating it’s way through a fallen pine tree, or is it an ancient etching of a large flightless bird? Hmm…