Trees, Grassses, and More Cattails
January 31, 2021
Another walk around my neighborhood Friday, this time to check out some water features other than Island Pond, yielded a few goodies.
1 If I remember right, the white trees at the edge of Green Pond are sycamores.
2 The corkscrew willow at the edge of Heiser Pond is more interesting to me in winter than in other seasons.
3 This oak tree trails its branches in Green Pond, now holding them tight with ice.
4 Long grass (or it is a sedge?) grows along Farmer’s Pond.
6 Some cattails are a jumble in Heiser Pond.
7a The cattails in Buttonbush Vernal Pool are overshadowed by trees along the edge of the water.
7c Reprocessed again
8 The sinking sun picks out cattails in Farmer’s Pond.
This entry was posted on January 31, 2021 by Linda Grashoff. It was filed under Nature, Photography and was tagged with Buttonbush Vernal Pool, cattails, dried grass, Farmer's Pond, Green Pond, Heiser Pond, sedge, trees.
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