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The heat of the day

Through the storm clouds I caught a glimpse of this magnificent sight! The photo is breathtaking but it doesn’t do the moment justice. (Susan Stinchfield)

Summahtime. (Teresa Ziolkowski)

Only one view, there were thousands. (Teresa Ziolkowski)

An American Bitten tries to blend in with the long reeds, so as not to be seen by observers. Wilton (Jim Knox)

Sometimes in the early dawn we tend to miss the special moments. (Jim Knox)

Guess we won't have to start the two wood stoves today! Wilton. (Jim Knox)

Looks like another hot day In Wilton. (Jim Knox)

Twilight in Wilton. (Dennis York)

Hooded Merganser landing on Hills Pond in Perkins Plantation. (Tom Oliver)

Belted Kingfisher at Hills Pond. (Tom Oliver)

Comma butterfly at the head of Wilson Lake in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Ruby-throated Hummingbird in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Bullfrog in Hills Pond. (Tom Oliver)

Doe and fawn in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Doe in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'President!' What could be more beautiful! (Jane Knox)

The Deplaned Pink is an evergreen tropical flowering vine can spread over fences and walls. (Jane Knox)

Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria is well known summer weed admired for its tall purple spires of color. (Jane Knox)

Drift wood gathering on beaches! (Jane Knox)

Blueberries beginning to ripen. A contest with the birds. Who can get them first? (Jane Knox)

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5 Responses »

  1. Beautiful photos , love them all....

  2. Nice fog, Jim. Thank you, all, for sharing.

  3. Great photos!!! Thank you.

  4. Jane, I'm playing the same game with my Blueberry's too, some days I win some days the birds do.....
    Always love the pictures.. Tanks.

  5. Best hummingbird picture I have ever seen. And the sky, wow!

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