Wild Things in the Back Yard 2012

One of the advantages of living in the country is that you are surrounded by lovely wild flowers and wild creatures.

Wildflowers in the grass, February 7

 

More wildflowers than grass, March 14

 

One of my favorites – buttercups, April 14

 

Wild violets and dandelion, April 19

 

Resident frog on the edge of the pond, April 27

 

Buttercup meadow, April 27

 

Wild daisies, April 27

 

Red admiral butterfly on the windowsill, May 6

 

Papa Cardinal, May 7

 

The cardinal again, May 7

 

Wild roses by the back steps, May 10

 

Tree swallow at sunset, May 10

 

Wild cherry blooming, May 13

 

Wild strawberries, May 16

 

Wild honeysuckle, May 19

 

Tall dandelions and white clover

Enjoy the spring!

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About J. Thomas Ross

Since retiring from a career as a high school English and history teacher, I've been pursuing a career as a writer. My main interest is in writing novels, but I've also written short stories and poetry and done a little editing on the side. I am currently working on a Young Adult novel. One of my poems - "Winter" - won an award at the 2010 Philadelphia Writers Conference, and you can find my fantasy short story "A Rock Is a Rock Is a Rock ... Or Is It?" in the anthology Tales of Fortannis: A Bard's Eye View, which is available in print and Kindle format from Amazon and as an e-book from Double Dragon Press.
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2 Responses to Wild Things in the Back Yard 2012

  1. Michelle Lim says:

    Beautiful pictures! I love nature.

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