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Weekend Highlights

Insect on a flower 160/365 It was a fairly uneventful weekend. Saturday Mr. Wild Dingo had a friend over for a bike ride and some post ride snacks. I spent a little time hanging out with them and then took a long rest. Later, we gave the dogs an over-due bath. It... read more

Criminal Minds

159/365 “Hey Daddy-O, it’s Friday! And this modeling gig is cramping my style. Let’s blast ourselves wacky with a round of zoomies and some deer-chasin’ action!” “Dollface, you know trouble is my line of work. But how am I supposed to beat my rap if you keep baitin’... read more

Blue Elderberry

Blue Elderberry, Sambucus cerulea or Sambucus nigra ssp. cerulea –  157/365 It took me a while to identify this berry shrub because elderberry is typically dark burgundy or blackish. Blue elderberry is native to California in diverse habitats, across the Pacific... read more

The Gentle Giant known as the Crane Fly

The Mosquito Hawk or Crane Fly  –  156/365 The Mosquito Hawk is also known as The Crane Fly.  Despite the legend, these gentle giants do not eat mosquitos, nor do they feed on humans or animals as their disturbingly designed mouth parts are incapable of it. They... read more

Sometimes my Camera Surprises Me

155/365 I take photos of mundane things because sometimes the camera just simply blows my mind. This is just a simple grass shot. And yet it makes me... read more

Risks and Priorities

 153/365 “Princess, before you leap into the weekend, I have to patrol the trail to make sure it’s safe.” “Nonsense Big Boy! Haven’t you heard? Life is all about the risks! Let’s go for it! That is, after Mom gives us that treat she promised for waiting for her.”... read more

The Grevillea

The Grevillea 151/365 Grevillea, also known as the Spider Flower, is in the family Proteaceae and native almost exclusively to Australia (with a few exceptions found in New Caledonia, New Guniea and Indonesia). There are about 360 species of this evergreen species and... read more

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