Nature at Bear Creek Park

Walkers, joggers, bikers, and just those who want to play on the playgrounds probably know of Bear Creek Park in Keller, Texas. The park hugs a sparkling residential community of high-income homes whose inhabitants are quite naturally astute. I have run into biologists, birders, and naturalists interested in the park, prompting me to always bring along business cards advertising my website – a polite statement that I would love to carry on a conversation about nature but must run as I am actually occupied documenting it.

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The Botanical Gardens in Grapevine

First day of full sun and wonderful temperatures means tulips! I visited the rather small, secluded, and oh so beautiful Botanical Gardens of Grapevine once before, but it was raining. Not this time! I managed to get the wide angle tulip shot I wanted to capture, flowers, bugs, and bird. All in one day!

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I came, I saw, I birded

The first week of May usually means peek spring migration. My goal was to observe spring migration this year feeling as if I missed spring migration of 2018 and having had such a fantastic time birding during fall migration last year.

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A Petal Pondering

Three rose bushes were planted in my backyard by my mother in law as a gift for my third wedding anniversary. I thought it was a kind gift for my wife who was into gardening. Who would have thought that I would be the one falling head over heels over natural floral asymmetry.  If you have yet to do so, I highly suggest you see my photography series featuring my roses in the summer. This post serves more as a backgrounder. Continue reading A Petal Pondering

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