Saturday, March 21, 2015

Got To Find Some Peace

In These Troublesome Times

Butterflies hatched earlier this week

Tuesday morning there were butterflies everywhere there was a blooming bush for them to sip nectar. They had to get busy because they only get a couple of days to mate and lay eggs before they die.

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Proboscis probing for nectar

I took a ride down to Turtle Bay after I exchanged read for unread books at the library today. It was beautiful along the river as I walked the trail near the Sundial Bridge.

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Looking upstream at the Sundial Bridge

I observed some elusive mythological creatures as I walked on the edge of the pathway.


It was very exciting once I opened my eyes to the enchanted parts of the Turtle Bay experience. Bigfoot was hiding in plain sight pretending to be a piece of driftwood.

Not far from bigfoot, swimming quietly in a sandbar protected pool, was the Loch Ness Monster. I was lucky I had a camera with me. I seem to have taken the world's only clearly focused pictures of these elusive beasts.

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The best was yet to come. For some reason I was compelled to look down in the grass on the other side of the path and there it was… A wood pixie.

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Wings on its back as it walked in the grasses

What a day. What a great place to live. A world of wonders surrounds us with beauty and mystery. It is up to us to see and appreciate the magic of life on earth.

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Shasta dances with undulating veils of clouds

It’s a complex beautiful colorful world. What a gift.

Today’s Video;

All A Flutter

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