"Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you all?" Probably not this owl. I think they are into more of a raw food kind of thing.
This plant flowers on tall tubular spikes, and loves wet locations. Hang ten, dude!
Funny I found this "nursery web" spider protecting it's babies in the egg sack!
If you like Buckeye Butterflies then add this plant to your garden.
I find the dainty short-lived delicate mushrooms to be very charming.
A lovely little white lily that blooms in mid-spring.
An unusual pre-historic plant that contains up to 10% silicon!
I met a guy that ate poison ivy. Seriously.
If you see a lot of white-barked large trees off in the distance, you can bet that there is a river or creek (or body of water) nearby!
My first reaction: "What on earth is this crazy Willy Wonka fuzzy ball growing from a thin branch on an oak tree I don't understand how this can be real and also WHAT IS IT"