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Angel, East Wallingford, VT

October 14, 2017

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Evidence, Chesterfield, NH

October 11, 2017

We share our home on this earth with a vast number of creatures large and small,* who occupy all sorts of ecological niches around us.

Beavers – that’s their handiwork above – favor living around streams and marshes, and are second only to man for their ability to manipulate the environment.** They’re mostly nocturnal animals, though you might see one swimming around a pond in the late afternoon. More info on these mammals here.

This fallen white birch was probably 20 feet from a marsh, and 30 feet of so from a stream.

* The Vedas, the most ancient of Hindu scriptures, describe 8.4 million species of life on the planet.

** per National Geographic

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Stone Steps, Wilmington, VT

October 9, 2017

There’s many a soundtrack for this one, but I’ve been revisiting Running Up That Hill, recorded by the incomparable Kate Bush in 1985. There’s a fine version here with David Gilmour, with some wonderful glances betwixt Kate and the other musicians toward the end.

The photo was taken some two decades ago, with my 6×7 film camera. The steps are still there but hardly visible now with all the overgrowth, even in the winter months. Proficiscitur in tempore (time marches on).

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Corn Stalks, Pawlet, VT

October 6, 2017

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Ogunquit Morning, Ogunquit, ME

September 30, 2017

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Dory, Ogunquit, ME

September 24, 2017

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Courtesy of Sky View Free app on my Galaxy 4 smartphone.

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