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WWOOFing Part 8: Biodiversity Cataloging in the Great Outdoors

As I’ve wrote about a few weeks ago in my post about Fiery Gizzard my WWOOF hosts Jonathan is an ecologist and independent biodiversity specialist. As such he is involved in an ongoing cataloguing project of the plant and animal species on the southern Cumberland Plateau, both informally and related to his work with BioBlitz, a species inventory project sponsored by National Geographic. 293 more words

Tennessee

Framed

Yosemite ranks as my favorite vacation spot. Decades of delightful memories bring warm smiles to my mind. This “on purpose” shot frames Half Dome and Bridal Veil Falls. 8 more words

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Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls in Telluride is the longest free-falling waterfall in Colorado.

Colorado

Bridal Veil Falls - Columbia Gorge, Oregon

Bridal Veil Falls is yet another beautiful waterfall in the Columbia Gorge in Oregon. Apparently when there is lots of water flowing through here it looks like a bridal veil? 157 more words

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Bridal Veil Falls in Winter - Telluride, Colorado

Plunging an incredible 365 ft. to the canyon floor, Bridal Veil Falls is the tallest free-falling waterfall in Colorado. It is a two-pronged waterfall that flows around the house/power plant that sits atop the box canyon overlooking Telluride. 252 more words

Carolyn Malone Photography

Winter Confidence with Microspikes

What an awesome winter we are having! New Hampshire winters inspire snow bunnies to head south and arctic hares to stay north and enjoy the full bloom of the season. 538 more words

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