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Susannah Anderson
Attended UNAM, Mexico City
Lives in Campbell River, BC, Canada
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Found them!
The toothy yellow zucchini mushrooms, that is. Former mystery mushroom. I had moved on to process another batch of mushroom photos from the same campsite, some distance away; quite different mushrooms, I thought. One of the club mushroom family; looks like ...
The toothy yellow zucchini mushrooms, that is. Former mystery mushroom. I had moved on to process another batch of mushroom photos from the same campsite, some distance away; quite different mushrooms, I thought. One of the c...
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Looks like yellow zucchini with teeth
I found these mushrooms in the campsite near Tahsis. Unidentified mushroom, about 2 inches high.  They were growing in a deep mulch of Douglas fir needles, rotting wood, and mosses. This is true rainforest, and all the ground in the area was wet, even thoug...
I found these mushrooms in the campsite near Tahsis. Unidentified mushroom, about 2 inches high. They were growing in a deep mulch of Douglas fir needles, rotting wood, and mosses. This is true rainforest, and all the ground...
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It's summer, after all.
I'm back from Tahsis: an amazing trip, with intriguing plants and mushrooms, wonderful scenery, and many stories to share. And now I have unexpected company for the next four days. We're going low-tide beachcombing in the morning. So I'll probably not be bl...
I'm back from Tahsis: an amazing trip, with intriguing plants and mushrooms, wonderful scenery, and many stories to share. And now I have unexpected company for the next four days. We're going low-tide beachcombing in the mor...
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Sticky mud, sticky flowers
The Oyster Bay Shoreline Park stretches along a narrow strip between the highway and the ocean. The beach is stony and steep, difficult to walk on, but a good place to sit on a log and listen to the waves rolling in. At the northern end, protected from the ...
The Oyster Bay Shoreline Park stretches along a narrow strip between the highway and the ocean. The beach is stony and steep, difficult to walk on, but a good place to sit on a log and listen to the waves rolling in. At the n...
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Perfect fit
(Catblogging interlude) Cats always know how to make themselves comfortable. Chia in her favourite spot. After the kitten dumped three breakable ornaments off the table, I gave up and put an old basket there. She adopted it right away. The pink "blanket" is...
(Catblogging interlude) Cats always know how to make themselves comfortable. Chia in her favourite spot. After the kitten dumped three breakable ornaments off the table, I gave up and put an old basket there. She adopted it ...
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Good camouflage
At the high tide line on Oyster Bay, the ground is mostly gravel or grey sand. Below, there's drying, and stinking, seaweed; above, a wide barrier of driftwood. This afternoon, I was walking along this bare stretch in the middle, and every now and then some...
At the high tide line on Oyster Bay, the ground is mostly gravel or grey sand. Below, there's drying, and stinking, seaweed; above, a wide barrier of driftwood. This afternoon, I was walking along this bare stretch in the mid...
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Pink gnomes
This past week's travels were full of surprises. Every day, in almost every place we stopped, I discovered things I'd never seen before. Some, I'd seen in books, pale ghosts of the real thing. These gnome plants were among them. Gnome plant, Hemitomes conge...
This past week's travels were full of surprises. Every day, in almost every place we stopped, I discovered things I'd never seen before. Some, I'd seen in books, pale ghosts of the real thing. These gnome plants were among th...
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Roadside snaps
Tahsis. Malaspina Lake. Bull Lake. Oyster River. Quadra Island. Rebecca Spit. Gold River. Leiner River. Roberts Lake. And more; I've been there this past week, on an unexpected vacation with family. And now I'm home and starting to sort photos. Miner's lett...
Tahsis. Malaspina Lake. Bull Lake. Oyster River. Quadra Island. Rebecca Spit. Gold River. Leiner River. Roberts Lake. And more; I've been there this past week, on an unexpected vacation with family. And now I'm home and start...
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So soft!
The path through the protected area at Oyster Bay Shoreline Park is lined at this time of year with pale, pinkish, fuzzy balls, about the size of beans, held ankle height on stiff stems. Down on my knees, they looked like a clover, but no clover I'd ever se...
The path through the protected area at Oyster Bay Shoreline Park is lined at this time of year with pale, pinkish, fuzzy balls, about the size of beans, held ankle height on stiff stems. Down on my knees, they looked like a c...
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Coffee break drop-in
She waits by the coffee press ... "None for me, thanks. A juicy fly would hit the spot, though." I always feel like petting the cheetah-skin back; they look so soft!
She waits by the coffee press ... "None for me, thanks. A juicy fly would hit the spot, though." I always feel like petting the cheetah-skin back; they look so soft!
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Sunset over Oyster Bay
9:15 PM For five minutes, the world is orange and black. A Skywatch post.
9:15 PM For five minutes, the world is orange and black. A Skywatch post.
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A young male deer, one of a pair browsing on a residential street. Both had growing antlers. He seems to have an injured knee, but was walking without a limp. Deer grow their first set of antlers when they are approximately one year of age. ( IWLA ) The ant...
A young male deer, one of a pair browsing on a residential street. Both had growing antlers. He seems to have an injured knee, but was walking without a limp. Deer grow their first set of antlers when they are approximately ...
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Mexico City - Toronto, ON - Ensenada - Seattle - Duncan OK - Tahsis BC - Vancouver BC - Bella Coola BC - Toluca MX - Houston TX
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Nature blogger, from Campbell River, BC, Canada.
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I'm a nature blogger, from Delta, the Lower Fraser Valley, BC, Canada. I'm over 65, a lover of birds, green stuff, multi-legged beasties, and the critters that squirm, slither and scramble on our beaches.


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