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Old May 10, 2011, 7:19 AM   #11
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Will be tied up with trail work and planning work rest of this week, so unable to stop by here. But sure hope you enjoy these few views of springtime in the valleys and the hills of East Tennessee, and that you will share your comments & critique!
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Old May 10, 2011, 4:59 PM   #12
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Will be tied up with trail work and planning work rest of this week, so unable to stop by here.
Didn't you say that in your last post, too? You'll find a way!

Love that Bumblebee shot! (and the others, too). Quite a variety of D-flies you have there.
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Old May 10, 2011, 8:34 PM   #13
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That bumblebee is awesome! Love the Pink Lady's Slipper pictures too. But really, all of them are outstanding.
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As always I am awed and inspired by your beautiful photos Mole. I'm looking forward to the blooming of Pink Lady Slippers here in New England. They typically put on their show in late May and early June.
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Very nice Mole, I love the shots of the heron, and cormorants and the bee. just a few spring flowers here, Spring has been posponed.

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Forgot to mention that I was fascinated about the toad vs. frog vs. salamander eggs note - never knew that!
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Penolta - It was indeed a busy week, and another busy one ahead, but you are right, I did manage to stop by briefly this evening.
Glad you liked the bumblebee - just a quick shot while waiting for a dragonfly to return to its perch. Will post a few more dragonfly shots here soon.

Harriet - so glad you enjoyed these. It's been a great year for the "blooms & bugs!" Also glad you enjoyed the amphibian egg info.

Mtnman - Will look forward to seeing your lady slipper photos! Do you have any of the yellow (or other) species?

Hans - Thanks so much! Hoping spring will start progressing your way soon!
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