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Creek Running North
June 25, 2005
I've started a Flickr account. I just uploaded a few garden photos I took this morning. There are a few older shots there as well.
Posted by Chris Clarke at June 25, 2005 01:09 PM
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Thanks for the photographs. I wonder what kind of snake it was in the photo you recently used on the left side of your blog. If it was a rattler, what kind? I grew up at the edge of a swamp in Michigan where massasauga rattlesnakes thrived. We made the foolish error of building a sand causeway between our cottage and the lake, a perfect basking place for the snakes. Your photographs of the jackalope made me laugh. Thirty-five years ago, around the biology building at the University of Minnesota, rabbits that really did have horns growing on their heads between their ears were a common curiosity. These growths were some sort of fungus, but they looked like small antlers. Thanks for your site. It's a regular pleasure to me. JanePosted by: Jane Thomas at June 25, 2005 10:47 PM
Zeke is never really "smiling" in any of your photos. Does he not like Dad aiming things like cameras at him?Posted by: Hank Fox at June 25, 2005 11:11 PM
Interesting observation. I think he's just old and cranky. I uploaded a shot from when he was a mere pup.Posted by: Chris Clarke at June 26, 2005 08:40 AM
Nice pics. Blogs that revel in plant life, where people can identify anything more than a dandelion amaze me. I've always been envious of such knowledge and when I'm with someone I'll ask about what's this or that but I seem incapable of being able to learn from what I observe or what others tell me. Like a person who is unable to identify faces. I could sit down in a batch of poison ivy and have no clue.Posted by: Idyllopus at June 26, 2005 12:53 PM
Oh, and Jane... that was a gopher snake found dead on the road at Point Reyes Station when I was on my retreat at the Mesa Refuge.Posted by: Chris Clarke at June 26, 2005 02:50 PM