How do I know it is spring?
While on a trail run, I ate a small flying insect.
Today the Skug River Trail was swarming with growth and green. I stopped a lot on my run, kneeled in the wet mush, soiled my knees, tuned my camera to macro and started clicking.
Spring Foolin' Photo Journal:
The Moss Woozle, as discovered in its native habitat.
Eggs from an unidentifiable animal.
The tiniest of Bark Breasts.
Class 5 Frog Rapids.
Wild Wet Willies.
Less known as beaver, badger and bear Q-Tips.
Here's my prince enjoying the care-free current:
While some folks try to skirt a flooded trail,
I decided the best approach was
to pass directly through the drink:
Trail Pixie Water-Crossing Wisdom: