A photo blog connecting life and the natural world in and beyond the garden.
The rays of the early morning sun illuminated the Bird’s Nest Spruce.
Intertwined within its branches an Eastern Ribbon Snake awoke early to take advantage of the sun’s warmth.
Another moment in the garden’s life!
it is really beautiful !!!!
It still amazes me how different your reaction to snakes are over there. We run for cover, and we certainly don’t go back for photos.
Remember we have only two poisonous snakes in the Lehigh Valley and both are very distinct. The others are just cute!
I think all of ours are poisonous, makes walking in the parks scary. Riding bikes is even scarier, I have seen so many while on my bike.
On another note, once again I must share I am so pleased and excited for you on the success of your blog. I read every one but often see so many likes and comments that I often don’t comment since it seems you try to answer all of them! I love what you are doing with your photographs. You are creating a style all your own which you will be known for! Continued positive energy and good thoughts being sent your way!!!!
Thank you Bonnie, I really appreciate this, it has rather gotten away from me I’m afraid, it is nice, but it is taking up a lot of time. Hopefully it will lead to something. Not sure what.
What a surprise!
your photos are excellent..My son lives in Etown……and I live in Florida where we have edisons home as well.great post..
Thank you! I also had the opportunity to tour Edison’s home in Fla. loved it!
Really great close-up of that snake’s head!
The snake was so accommodating!
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