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Nature Photo of the Week – April Recap


Nature Photo of The Week

The month of April has FLOWN by for our family! My kids are currently all spread out around the world, including South America! I have been home keeping the household running and trying to catch up on nature study stuff for all of you after the big switch to the new way of doing things here at the Handbook of Nature Study.

I hope you enjoy glimpsing into our month of weekly nature photos from Pinterest. Please feel free to join us over on the Nature Photo of the Week Pinterest Board.

Stranger Barometer Earthstar

Stranger: We found and identified this awesome Barometer Earthstar on one of our hikes this month. Amazing!

Tulips at Ironstone April 2014

Tradition: We took a trip to Ironstone Winery and this time of year they have barrels full of a rainbow of tulips.

Fringepod @handbookofnaturestudy

In my hand: The Fringepod is abundant right now along our hiking trail to the river. I love seeing and am amazed at its unique seedpods!

Bridalveil Fall Yosemite National park
Waterfall: Bridalveil Fall at Yosemite National Park – April 24, 2014. Amazing!

Now on to the month of May!

6 thoughts on “Nature Photo of the Week – April Recap

  1. Amazing photos and good times, Barb! The barrels of tulips are amazing!!! We’ve found bulbs to be a very satisfying and fun plant to grow. Never thought we could here in south central TX, but we can! Just have to get an early start on planting them. And yes…April FLEW by!

    1. April has been a whirlwind and May is going to be worse I think. I have a lot going on right now and I can’t wait to share.

  2. The fringe pod is really neat looking!
    The waterfall is beautiful. The tulips aren’t here yet, but there is a big grower on the island (Vanco) and I can’t wait to take a drive to see the fields in bloom…in a few weeks!

    1. I would love to see fields of tulips…sort of like a Van Gogh painting!

  3. We have a Bridal Veil Falls here too! Nowhere near as impressive, though. 🙂

    I love seeing the plants you have near you. It’s great glimpse into a different climate from our zone 4B.

    1. This time of year Bridalveil Fall at Yosemite is amazing!

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