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Adapting to New Menu Options, Part 2

One of the reasons certain nonnative plants come to dominate the landscape is that they are released from the specialized insects and pathogens that keep them in check in their native range. 396 more words

Wings

Gone as far
As you can go

On feet that carried you
Steady and slow?

You’ve reached the top
Or so you thought

Until you realized… 28 more words

Poetry

Transition

A new day is dawning;
Transition begins.
The fledgling butterfly
From chrysalis transcends.

What once upon
The earth did crawl,
Spreads glorious wings,
Though frail and small.

Poems

Perfect Metaphor (Day Two)

At the Evolving Out Loud event I attended this past weekend, Kyle Cease articulated the perfect metaphor for where I feel I am in my life right now, and have been for quite some time. 217 more words

Transformation

Sometimes I Amaze Myself ~ Gallery To Follow

The claws and non skid treads are fascinating

A voracious appetite

The camouflage eye distracts the predators

Flash, ISO 100, F/14, 1/100s, Sony Alpha a58, Tamron 90

Beauty