of the trail traversing Raymond Brook Marsh is especially beautiful
in the foggy chill of early morning.
Reed Grass (Phragmites australis (communis)).
have been active - cutting trees for their winter food supply. Note the cache of cut branches to the right.
the beaver - hauling a stick to its stash.
23rd, I went looking for color! I found that if I focused small, there
was still color out there - rich pinks, maroons, and greens.
that this is a shagbark hickory?
fungi. Specifically the Many-colored polypore (Coriolus versicolor)
Pine" - not a pine at all but a club moss (Lycopodium