Monday, June 8, 2020

In The Wild

"Adopt the pace of nature. Her secret is patience"
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

I took a walk in the forest, to the river. 

Wild Iris - Blue Flag Iris
(Iris Versicolor)

Wild Geranium
(Geranium Maculatum)

White Trillium - Wake Robin
(Trillium grandiflorum)

Green Frog
(Lithobates clamitans)

Canada Geese
(Branta canadensis)

sharing with
Through My Lens

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  1. Thanks you so very much for taking us with you.

  2. aww...all wild flowers are Iris... always.

    Have a great day

  3. ...CHEERS for sure! Beautiful captures of nature, I hear a lot of frogs, but rarely see one up close. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Great shots, Karen. You are skilled photographer. As for having patience when dealing with nature, you will have no choice! But the patient observer experiences many things.

  5. such beautiful wild flowers, i am surprised to see a wild iris, it is gorgeous!! such a cute little frog, blending in with his surroundings!!

  6. The shots are famous - especially the frog! ;-)

  7. Hi,
    Awesome the frog shot..he looks
    so happy..have a great day!

  8. beautiful flowers and a very cute frog!

  9. Wow! You saw so many wonderful things. The trilium has already flowered and gone by here but the wild geranium is flowering in gardens all over the neighborhood. I’ve not see any in the woods.

  10. Such pretty photos from your walk. Have a wonderful week.

  11. Such lovely photos! Thanks so much for sharing them with us at

  12. Beautiful wild blossoms! And a gorgeous frog!

  13. Some very nice photos, I could do with the frog on my pond

  14. What a great set of photos I love them all. Thanks for the visit and the comment much appreciated. Have a good week Diane

  15. Love the photos! Especially that incredible frog shot!

  16. Great photos! Beautiful flowers!
    Have a blessed day!

  17. Beautiful frames Karen each one of them. The frog is an interesting one. Wilderness is beautiful indeed

  18. That walk was a real winner ... beautiful wildflowers, the funny frog (they always make me laugh for some reason). And of course the best part just getting out of the house and into nature (anytime, but especially now!).


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