Saturday, May 28, 2005

A Walk Around the Arboretum


Wild flax is now common along the trails through the Cornell Plantations. Posted by Hello


This group is located at the trailhead near my apartment, at the intersection of Dryden Rd. and Forest Home Dr. Posted by Hello


The tree coverage has grown dramatically over the past several weeks, making this trail incredibly enjoyable. Posted by Hello


A moss-covered log lies among some flowers along the trail. Posted by Hello


Part of an old stump among the same patch of flowers. Posted by Hello


These views are representative of most of the trail. Posted by Hello


A fly rests on a wet leaf along the trail. Posted by Hello


Several new pine cones are generated on this evergreen near McConville Barn. Posted by Hello


Cassie, a resident of McConville Barn, enjoys some hay. Posted by Hello


Browny also enjoys some hay. Posted by Hello


After eating some hay, Browny washes it down with a drink of water. Posted by Hello

2 Comments:

Blogger pekoedeorange said...

hi, Browny. You're cute:-)

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 10:30:00 PM  
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