Category Archives: Ground cover and herbaceous plants
Change: Anticipating a return
The Crum is much emptier now than when we first got to know it. When I walk through the woods now, in freezing temperatures, everything is still. The only motion comes from the last few falling leaves and the bitter … Continue reading
Field Journal Week 14
Field Journal Week 12
Field Journal Week 13
What kind of leaf is this? It looks like it has hairs!
The Green Horde
week 11: cold. cold. cold. (journal entry; not fragmentary form.)
Went into the Crum at 7:25am. Took many pictures. Froze. Will write more after I regain sensation in my fingers. Update 11.16.10: Last Friday morning’s venture into the Crum was, as the title of this entry suggests, very cold. I … Continue reading
week 10: deep in autumn.
Identification?: I keep doing this wrong, so here are my coordinates:
Week 9: photographing spiders and moss.
As it turns out, after changing my mind way too many times, my second story will be on spiders. I went out this weekend hoping to catch sight of some spiders, but the three I did spot were all so … Continue reading
Week 8: spider web, daddy long legs, and 3 confessions–
I’ve stopped writing my journal entries in the Crum because when I sit still for too long, I get bitten by mosquitoes. On my hands. On my face. So I’ve switched over to the non-organic ways of the computer. On … Continue reading