Assasin Bug Nymph

How many pictures of an assassin bug nymph have you ever seen!


All July a Song

I want to take more pictures, then I see how beautiful are the photos of others!

l i g h t room

Chamomile skies

Hand-painted days

June’s green love

Hovering bees

Breezes and seedlings

Long brave hurrahs

Baseball diamonds

Blue lakeside boats

Bobbing bowls of stars

Ferris wheel shrieks

Storms splashing rain

Limbs dashing sprinklers

Radio songs blaring loud

Life worth the living

And all July a song

© 2013 S. Michaels
Green Light Diary

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Oh Deer!

Deer were one of Nature’s lst beauties in mY CHILDHOOD> so few are left where we used to see them1 thanks for sharing

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Anyone who has ever set foot on Pender Island can’t help but notice the deer. Deer are everywhere. Around every corner on every road. Eating up every garden. Leaving deer “evidence” all over your lawn. The deer thrive as the island has no predators. The deer are smaller than the ones we see at home in Alberta, and a lot less skittish. Often when you drive past them they just look up dumbly as if jumping into the path of a moving vehicle would take too much effort. As we drive the roads on the island, hitting a top speed of 50 km/h, we are constantly on the lookout for deer. The average driving conversation goes something like this: “Blah blah blah deer blah blah deer blah blah blah deer…..” You get the picture. Deer are everywhere.


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lst Haiku

There was an old lady from Frisco

Who cooked all her chicken in Crisco.

When there was non left

She turned to a theft

And now’s in San Quentin below

          –age 10, long ago


. . .still searching for a passion that will wake me up early in the morning, eager to go. . .