PHOTOPAGE 369

   

   

 

 Early June 2008

Central Jersey's late Spring, 2008, has been relatively warm and wet. This has encouraged the rapid growth of, well, everything. 

 

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369.11 Red Clover 

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369.12 Angler  

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369.13 Grassheads 

   

Bindweed produces Morning Glory type blossoms that  >> resemble the Morning Glory and vary in color from white to pink to striped. Here's an amusing diatribe against this humble plant.

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  369.1 Bindweed   

 

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369.2 Catalpa 

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369.3 Poison Hemlock 

< Umbel and Leaves of  Socrates' executioner

Black Locust and Poison Ivy leaves >

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 369.4 Intersection of Ivy  and  Locust

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369.5 Painted Turtle (hmmm...hand painted turtle?)

Found on the path, perhaps laying eggs, the Painted Turtle is not as plentiful here as the larger, but somewhat similar looking  Red Bellied Turtle

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 369.6 Bindweed 

<< On the left is one of the common grasses that grow here in flower -  Unmowed, they reach 6 feet and are gracefully waving dancers.

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369.7  Cabbage White on Mustard  

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369.8 eeew - get it offa me

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369.9 Cow Parsnip 

<< I just can't resist popping into my mouth and chewing Cow Parsnip seeds - how about you? Oh nevermind :-) .

These two beauties were entwined >>

 

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369.10 Pinkweed and Forget-me-nots  

 

 

   

 
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