PHOTOPAGE 375

   

   

 

Early - mid September 2008

This year, I was determined to catch the Wild Cucumber in full fruit - and so I plunged into the tall stuff which I usually avoid in the Summer - I had to make my own path through the buzzy, scratchy growth and present (at 375.14) ta-daaa! :-)

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375.11 White Snakeroot 

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375.12 Sycamore Leaf  

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375.13 Bur Marigold 

   

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375.1 Bur Marigold  - inverted colors  

Fall is the time for most woodland fungi to appear. Fungi are more closely related to the animal kingdom rather than the plant kingdom.  

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375.2 Fungi 

(Left) White Snakeroot dominates the open shaded spaces while (right) a tendril melody soars skyward. :-)

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375.3 Jazz Tendril 

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 375.4 Wolf Spider  

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375.5 Knotweed 

(Left) Knotweed flowers treated to a liquidy edge treatment in Photoshop.

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 375.6 Fungi 

The (far right) cluster of Milkweed Bugs is not for the squeamish. These brightly colored insects show an oddly gregarious behavior and are colored like the Monarch butterfly, whose caterpillar also feeds exclusively on Milkweed.  

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375.7 Unidentified 

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375.8 Milkweed Bugs

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375.9 Unidentified 

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375.14 Wild Cucumber

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375.10 Black Walnut  

 

 

   

 
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