Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Grass no doubt in the swamps round there. Small world I see working at the labs where I was. Here you might want to read this little storyhttp://spuduka.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/a-short-chapter-in-my-life.html
Uma beleza de fotografia.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar || Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa || Livros-Autografados
Fun to see, here they are mostly grey.
Here, near the birding refuges the cattail reed grows so thick, all you can see it the grass...hear the birds, but don't see 'em.PS...love the train track image, Really artfully composed.
i always love seeing cat tails...there's an area near here where they grow...wonder if i can walk there now...when they moved the slave cabins they closed the trails for all their "developement" ugh :/
Hello, I love the cattails but they seem to take over in places.Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!
cool, they look almost like cotton to me.
A very nice and very artsy photograph, Lois. I haven't seen cattails for awhile. Well, that's not quite true as we have two cats chasing each other around the house, but you know what I mean...right? :)
been awhile since I've seen some
They're pretty this time of year!
Haven't seen them in years, pretty cool looking though.
another dreamy pic like this please!
We've got some--not nearly as many--growing near and sometimes in the C&O Canal here.
We won't be seeing any cat tails for a while.Coffee is on
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