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Monday, August 26, 2013

An Assortment from Ouabache State Park

You're going to feel as if you've been to this state park by the time you've seen all my posts from there. But I always find something to photograph when we go, and it's just fun to share the photos here. So bear with me.

IMG_0780_Cabbage_White_Butterfly_at_Ouabache
Cabbage White Butterfly

IMG_0791_Berries_at_Ouabache
Red berries of some kind

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Weed/wildflower growing by the water's edge

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Unknown berries

IMG_0807_Rufous-Crowned_Sparrow_at_Ouabache
Rufous-Crowned Sparrow

I imagine you'll all be glad when winter comes so I'll post pictures from somewhere besides Ouabache State Park.

12 comments:

  1. So long as the pictures are as beautiful as these, keep them coming.

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  2. Beautiful photos Linda.
    And thank you so much for your kind comment at my place.

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  3. love the red berries! so bright!

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  4. I have to say that I like all of your pictures from Ouabache State Park. I'll bet it's pretty in the winter as well.

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  5. Hi Linda, your photos are beautiful! The berries and rufous-crowned sparrow are delightful especially!

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  6. What terrific photos! That Butterfly is so pretty. Love those red berries. Did you ever figure out what kind they were?

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    1. No, Montanagirl, I'm afraid I'm pretty ignorant about those berries. But not knowing their name doesn't keep us from enjoying their beauty, does it? :)

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  7. Keep on posting these lovely pictures. I'm enjoying every one of them.

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  8. Pretty little sparrow, Linda. We have Chipping Sparrows which look similar... Love that Cabbage White Butterfly. We have a few butterflies now--but haven't had too many this year, compared to previous years. Don't know why....

    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. I truly enjoy your lovely photo's....

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  10. No need to apologize, Linda, I bet many visitors of the Ouabache State Park have no idea what beautiful details one can find there. :)

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