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March 26th, 2017 03:16 pm - Wild Geranium (Geranium maculatum)

Posted by George Wallace


Photographic Location: Short Springs State Natural Area.

Geraniaceae (Geranium Family)

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Photographic Location: Short Springs State Natural Area.


Photographic Location: Short Springs State Natural Area.



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whatsblooming_feed
March 23rd, 2017 10:16 am - Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Posted by George Wallace

Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.

Papaveraceae (Poppy Family)

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Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.


Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.



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March 25th, 2017 01:00 pm - Ornithoscelida Rises: A New Family Tree for Dinosaurs

Posted by Darren Naish

A novel phylogenetic hypothesis for Dinosauria!? Shock! Horror!—Say it isn't so!!!

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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whatsblooming_feed
March 21st, 2017 04:25 pm - Yellow Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum)

Posted by George Wallace

Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.
Liliaceae (Lily Family)

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Photographic Location: Edgar Evans State Park in Middle Tennessee.


Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.



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whatsblooming_feed
March 20th, 2017 07:22 pm - Ozark Trillium (Trillium pusillum var. ozarkanum)

Posted by George Wallace

Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.

Liliaceae (Lily Family)

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Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.


Photographic Location: Taylor Hollow State Natural Area in Middle Tennessee.


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March 20th, 2017 02:40 am - Productive Day!
Today we did a burn on the weeds in the garden, I weeded a bunch more by hand, planted some stuff I'd been meaning to get in the ground, dug up some ground covers and transplanted them to ground that needs covering. Then I made more pendants for Texas Furry Fiesta next weekend, prepped some bags-and-boards for prints, wrote a Hidden Almanac, and did a podcast interview with New Moon Girls in Minnesota.

It was very productive. I am trying to be glad of that and not to feel guilty when tomorrow and yesterday prove not to be nearly as productive. Still, I'm going out birding in Texas last week of March, and I'll probably have some evenings free to get some writing done, finish the latest kid's book worth of edits, maybe work on a novella that's been lurking for nearly a year, or even doodle on my iPad. I am feeling that itchy art brain of "MUST DO ART!" but it's slamming into the wall of having to finish the latest hamster book's worth of illustrations. Still, only a few more weeks of hamsters, and then I can draw any weird thing I want!

Really looking forward to that bit. I am very proud of the Hamster books, but they're a serious mental investment. It's worth it, and I'll do as many as they buy, but I want to draw other things for a bit and remember who I am when I'm not a respectable children's book author...

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whatsblooming_feed
March 19th, 2017 02:44 pm - Rose Vervain (Glandularia canadensis)

Posted by George Wallace

Photographic Location: Edgar Evans State Park in Middle Tennessee

Verbenaceae (Vervain Family)


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March 19th, 2017 05:22 pm - The Oak Island Ciphers (Part 1): the 80-foot rock cipher…

Posted by nickpelling

It’s well-known that over the last two centuries, the quest for the mysterious “Money Pit” on Oak Island has yielded no sign of treasure while simultaneously consuming an inordinate quantity of diggers’ dollars – and if you can even think about all that without silently mouthing the phrase ‘ironically enough’, you have a huge amount Read More →

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March 17th, 2017 06:09 am - Not dead!
It appears the last cross post didn't crosspost. Doh!

Well, nothing of interest is happening except that I am pacing the floor waiting for someone to tell me Dogskull Patch will never be mine. And I have six more weeks of this! Arrghhbleghhhh....!

Wintersowing technique worked great for everything but peppers and tomatoes. Those died in our recent cold snap. Fortunately I have back ups!

Dogs continue to dog. Cats continue to cat. Kevin continues to Kevin. I continue to me. That's all.

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March 18th, 2017 06:00 pm - The Soay Island Sea Monster of 1959

Posted by Darren Naish

The tale of a strange sea monster that can... maybe... be resolved... 

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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March 15th, 2017 09:47 pm - Might the Z408 Zodiac Killer cipher be a clue to a book?

Posted by nickpelling

In a recent post here, I floated the idea that the Zodiac Killer’s Z408 (solved) cipher’s unusual homophone distribution may have arisen not conceptually (i.e. from a hitherto-unknown book on cryptography), but instead empirically (i.e. emerging from the properties of a specific text). It’s certainly possible that he might have used his own (private) text Read More →

The post Might the Z408 Zodiac Killer cipher be a clue to a book? appeared first on Cipher Mysteries.


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March 13th, 2017 05:09 pm - 2017 Hugo Eligibility and the Young Wizards Series

Posted by Diane Duane

For your consideration for Best Series Hugo Award, 2017

I’ve been busy handling work at home while recovering from a back injury, so I’ve left this posting a little late. That being the case, let me be brief. The…

The post 2017 Hugo Eligibility and the Young Wizards Series appeared first on Out of Ambit.


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