A Little Sulfur

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Teresa shot this photo of this Sulfur butterfly. We have seen so many of these this year. This one was is still hanging around as the fall has arrived. They don’t usually land for very long, but he didn’t fly away. Beautiful creature.

~ Rick


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Arches National Park

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We spent a couple days at Arches National Park this week. There are more than 2000 natural Sandstones arches in the park. The photo above is of Delicate Arch. We shot photos of several but no where near 2000.

We took some video on our first day .. enjoy:

~ Rick


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New life

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I think I have written about this before, but it always amazing me how nature recycles the old to bring new life. A down tree is a great example. How appropriate for a new year.

I did a little hiking and made a video yesterday .. enjoy!

~ Rick


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A dry, brown winter day

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Before the rain arrived yesterday, I took a a walk along the Stillwater River. It is kind of brown ... but you could still feel the life all around you. To me, that is the most interesting thing about this season. Life is everywhere, it’s just harder to see.

The Stillwater River is only 69.3 miles long, but it is so scenic. It winds its way through the country side, and draws a variety of life to its banks and water!

Enjoy the video below!

~ Rick


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Nutty Nuthatch

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We took a hike at Big Woods Sanurary on Friday evening (looking for owls), and again on Saturday when we could see. The surprise this time out was how many White-breasted Nuthatches we saw. We photographed a few .. cool bird. They look alot like woodpeckers, eating bugs up and down the trees. They do not migrate, so this was fun.

Here is the video from this two part hike .. cold and fun:

~ Rick


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