We’re all familiar with everyday waves of all types. There’s the Audience (or Mexican) Wave achieved when successive groups of sports fans briefly stand, yell, and raise their arms. There’s Teahupoo, which is located on the southwest tip of Tahiti and widely regarded … Continue reading
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It has been quite some time since your Sunday Naturalist was on the trail, but it just so happens that this set of pictures was actually taken back in November 2014 but never published. Once fallen from trees, it turns … Continue reading
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After a lengthy winter vacation, your Sunday Naturalist is back…but rather than my own photo essay to kick off the new year, instead I’d like to share with you some lovely photographs taken by my mother and father who are … Continue reading
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