Monthly Archives: December 2010
[singlepic id=85 w=320 h=240 float=right]This stylophorum diphyllum stood out in stark contrast to it’s surroundings along a path at Wild Life Prairie Park in Central Illinois. The poppy-wort (also known as stylophorum, celandine poppy, wood poppy, or yellow poppy) is … Continue reading
Perhaps my favorite shot of this magnificent animal, the gray wolf. What I love about this shot is the intensity of her blue eyes. It took a bit of patience, time, and luck to get this canine to pose as … Continue reading
[singlepic id=83 w=320 h=240 float=left]While this apex predator is the least of concern in the endangered list unlike the critically endangered red wolf, It has a wonderful coat and personality. This gray wolf seemed to be having a rough day … Continue reading
[singlepic id=82 w=200 h=150 float=right]This elegant flower, the daffodil, has more than one mystery about it. Be sure not to confuse the daffodil narcissus bulb with that of an onion for the outcome is poison, lycorine to be exact. This … Continue reading
Such a noble tiger at rest. After a good meal I know there is nothing better for me than to sit and rest a spell. It is especially enjoyable on a sunny day.