Wonders of life
All around us
Even below our feet
Letting go of what we know
To begin see all the unknowns
A feeling that there is
More to life
Than we ever imagined
Thanks to loujen haxm’Yor https://loujenhaxmyor.com/ for reminding me of an old post I had done https://theantilandscaper.org/2014/04/24/collaboration-on-oldest-living-things/
29 thoughts on “Randomly Saturday – Thoughts I May have had Before”
Thank you, Jon, for wonderful photographs and beautiful words. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Thanks Judy, we are doing well considering Covid and temps around zero.
I hope you guys are enjoying yourselves wandering on beaches and the local attractions
Love the picture with the leaves and the green “bursts” (for lack of a better word.) I also like the picture right below with green pearls standing on red strings (for lack of more better words.) Your words are so life affirming.
Thanks, I think you’re asking about the third photo which is Fan clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum and the next one is the spore fruiting bodies of Common Apple-moss
Thanks, I also happy when I can see and capture what is always around me.
Thanks and thank you for your post
Beautiful. Thank you for reminding us that beauty is all around us.
That’s why I like your blog, fellow Nature Lover. There is so much more to life. Peace.
And I thank you for I always enjoy your posts
I love the clubmoss photo!
Thanks I always get excited when I come upon Fan clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum and I enjoy your view of the world, thanks
Thanks and I thank you for all of your wonderful posts. I will never be able to wander to all the places you guys have been, but I can enjoy what you share, thanks
Have a Happy Thursday and you are a fabulous photographer. .
I thank you for your kind words and think it started with me, trying to capture a photo of baby spiders the size of a poppy seed
Those are all so wonderful. I was going to say which I liked best but it was too difficult to choose. That green thin plant with the round green head is not known to me. Is it common?
Hi, and thanks for all your likes and comments and I enjoy your blogs also. and in answer to you question about photo it is the spore fruiting bodies of Bartramia pomiformis. Common Apple-moss.
Thanks again, Paul
Beautiful thoughts are what we all should practice. Awesome!
Thanks, ‘m glad you enjoyed it and for to encourage me to continue
Hope you have more good and beautiful surprises in 2022!
Thanks for following, offering words of encouragement and let’s enjoy what each day and 2022 has to offer
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