20170726-27 Trip to Manitoulin Part 2 of 2

This is part 2 of 2 about our trip to Manitoulin on a rainy July 26  and sunshiny July 27.  Part 1 follows after this post.  (Below this post if you’re using Brtthome’s Blog. or click on the previous  arrow if you are using https://brtthome.com/2017/08/04/20170726-27-trip-to-manitoulin-part-2-of-2/)

This is some of what was seen through the 100-400 mm lens on the GH4 on that trip:

Common chicory (aka  blue daisy, blue dandelion, blue sailors, blue weed, bunk, coffeeweed, cornflower, hendibeh, horseweed, ragged sailors, succory, wild bachelor’s buttons, and wild endive)    was resplendent along most of the roadway.

Doe licking lips after early morning snack …

Dew drenched Sandhill Crane checks out intruder …

Lady Cedar Waxwing giving some advice to her partner….

Queen Anne’s Lace  is edible but must be harvested very carefully.  It has poisonous look-alikes.

QAL bud …

Sweet Clover collecting morning dew …

This plant has an  interesting history

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Morning dew forming droplets in the early sun …

A couple more of this beautiful blue flower …

Close up of the buck in the “Featured Image” which will show above the title block on computers.   It seems to disappear on phones.

We had a great time.  TinTin met a new playmate and socialized well with humans.

Part 1 follows this post, in reverse chronological order.  🙂

 

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One thought on “20170726-27 Trip to Manitoulin Part 2 of 2

  1. Dear Tom, thank you so much .. the compositions, the colouring .. beautifully breathtaking. There is beauty everywhere you look with Mother Nature .. just look with eyes wide open. xoxo

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