This year… Celebrate nature’s beauty, care for the earth, and nurture positive thoughts. Wishing you an adventurous, healthy, and fulfilling 2017 from Notes-In-Nature.
Here are a few shots from a recent walk. These flowers were all at the edge of the woods, in the sunshine. They each bloom from late spring to early autumn. The short-stemmed lupine are low growing, found in arid southwest areas including Joshua tree and pinyon-juniper woodlands. The silvery lupine can be seen in meadows, mixed… Read More PURPLE BLOOMS AT THE FOREST EDGE
Color is bursting from blooms on the summer mountain trails. As of late, I am literally seeing a rainbow of hues in the plant life. Here are some wild plants on my morning trail…
Here are some wildflowers on my walk in northern Arizona high country. “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine for the soul.”–Luther Burbank