So, that's all for now, guys! Later, peeps!
Hello! Today I went on a walk with my mom, and came across this Smol Floof Bean, or as some people call it, a caterpillar. It was this amazing yellow-orange color, and it looked like a fuzzy, living Cheeto. I picked it up with a stick and put it on a bush. It kind of looked like a Woolybear Floof Bean, but it was too yellow and had no black or dark brown on part of its fur. It was speedy, too! Woolybears are slow and plodding, even when they're scared. This one was so energetic, that maybe it's the Usain Bolt of the Floof Bean world!! It's a possibility!
Keep learning, peeps! =0w0=
Oh! Hello again! It's that little grey-and-white cat from last autumn. Again, this adorable kitty was being very friendly with me. I found her here, in the spot where we first met, and I took a picture of her before she slunk under a car. I approached her, and started calling her. The cutest thing happened! She peeped her fluffy-cheeked head out, and started meowing! It was more like a mew than a meow, since her voice was so high-pitched and little, like a kitten!
Well, that's all I have for now. Stay happy, peeps! :D
Here's a swallowtail butterfly and it's friends! Today I went on a walk to the park with my mom, and while walking we passed by a butterfly bush! There were a lot of butterflies, but they were all hiding inside or behind the bush. Here are some that I've gotten pics of. :3
Stay happy, peeps! ^_^
Ah, yes, what a wonderful thing to be awoken by a screechy squacky birb? I wonder why not a lot of people (That I know) Complain about these borbs. In my opinion, they are a bit less tolerable than crows or ravens. (although I heard Australian magpies are screechier!) I guess that most corvids are just inherently screechy. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
This is Souperlen the grasshopper. She (or he, I don't know) is a very feisty grasshopper and has a lot to say about me trying to pick her up! When my family and I were moving, (We've already moved but I haven't posted this for all this time :3) I came across little Souperlen sitting on the wall behind the hedge. She jumps and hops with extreme agility, and got out of my grasp many times. I caught her after a while, but she bit me! She was not having any of my shenanigans, lol. She also spat some stomach acid at me, so I knew she was really sassy and scared. I left her alone after that, I didn't want her to get to scared and have to do the rancid bite again. Keep adventuring, peeps!
Today, in my neighborhood, I've witnessed a 'fairy ring phenomenon'. The fairy ring phenomenon is when a fungi produces a ring, either causing the grass to flourish or die in a circle or partial circle, and sometimes sprouting mushrooms to bear the circular shape. They are caused when the mycelium, or the roots in a mushroom grow out in a circle. (that causes the mushrooms to grow there) The mycelium breaks down nutrients and absorbs them. They absorb most of the nutrients, but some stray nutrients stay in the soil. The grass steals those runaway nutrients and absorbs them, causing them to be greener or taller. In this case, the lucky mycelium is absorbing all of them enough to sprout mushrooms! In this case, they sprouted mostly into a partial circle shape. I'm really happy to have seen this rare fungi phenomenon! Keep exploring, peeps! :3
On my walk today, in the rain, my mom and I saw something peculiar. A corncob, right next to the pathway. Weird, right? I wonder how it got there, maybe someone was having a picnic and an animal ate the corn. finished, and just so happened to drop it by the pathway for all eyes to see. Lol. That's just a theory, someone most likely was just eating corn on the pathway, finished, and left the cob here to decompose. Just don't do that with plastic!
Stay cool, peeps! :3
Hi! I'm Iris! I just got into nature photography like one of my brothers! I really think I could keep doing this as a hobby. :D