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A Closer Look: Winter

January studies & sketches… Never underestimate mud, or your own curiosity. (Feeling like a little kid today)

What’s under the woodpile? Salamanders, 1 worm, slugs and snails, a centipede, 2 roly-polies (one is blue) and a ladybug. 60 more words


Snowing - From Salamanders, by pd Lyons


The black bird skims the tree the river the rocks and into sky is gone. It is snowing in May. The other day 80 degrees, now, since this morning a strange and beautiful sight, delicate greens of spring – lilacs in bloom, maples in red and the powdery puffs of sparkling white white snow so white. 880 more words

Pdlyons Photography

What's Barking Under the Ice?

Going out on a cold January night to stand in the middle of an icy stream looking for salamanders may not be everyone’s idea of a fun Friday night, but for the Adopt-A-Pond team it was a truly unique winter adventure! 935 more words


Is That Snow I Spy...?

This morning I woke up to about six or seven texts telling me look out of my window because there was snow EVERYWHERE!! Naturally, I got excited until I found that in fact we had very little snow. 360 more words

Ruth Lake

Ruth Lake is up in the Uinta’s. My dad, when spring hit and fall ended, would go up into the Uinta’s and paint. He seems to like painting around Ruth Lake a lot. 140 more words

Grant Redden

War in the City part 2

I am writing this up to avoid doing some revision, but meh!

Today we finished the City Fight between my Salamanders and Edd Quicks Cadian 22nd – which my last blog was about – so to… 1,631 more words