In the Woods

Right now this Redwood stands to my left having dropped a carpet of needles.

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The redwood sorrel punctuate the needles along the bank.

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I sit along the path in the shade of these ancient trees spinning this…..

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into this…..

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Once in awhile I get lucky and catch a pose from my male silky fresh from his bath.  This is right before he hears the dreaded click and scurried away.

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I count my blessings as I look over the wilderness that is my playground.

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About ro848

knitter...spinner...reader....dog lover....community volunteer....ocean....forest...rivers...mountains...coastal...dreamer...gardener....writer....

Posted on October 4, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Lovely spindling, and a beautiful silky.

  2. Thanks. Usually as soon as I point the camera or phone at him he runs for cover. I think he was sunstruck today!

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