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Category Archives: nature
Watch this HD video interview I did with artist Vivian Reiss in her urban farming garden in Toronto. It featues 16 foot tall broom corn, multi-colored amaranth, and gardening secrets. Enjoy!
beautiful overview of the park. They have gardening and horticulture classes at this park. Giant banana It takes a lot of flowers to do this type of planting.
This is a baby golden snub nosed monkey from China. National Geographic had a photo essay on them this month. They live in very cold conditions. One type of snub nosed monkey sneezes when it gets rain on its … Continue reading
This beautiful moth was found on the kitchen counter where I am in the US Virgin Islands. It has both gold and silver on its wings. A precious metal moth! BK9W6TNBSG7E
This is a beautiful view from the top of a mountain in USVI It looks like fairy tale land!
On the way down to the beach in St. John, US Virgin Islands, I found these beautiful wild orchids here is another beautiful orchid from USVI
I went snorkling in the US Virgin Isles with an underwater camera, here are some beautiful photos I took of the sky taken from underwater. enjoy!
I am in the US Virgin Islands having a great time. Today on the beach I found a hermit crab living in an abandoned snail shell. It was very cute, and shy at first, but pretty soon it was out … Continue reading
I love orchids, they are such beautiful exotic flowers. The most popular orchids for at-home growing is the phalaenopsis orchid. They are very hardy, and the blossoms last a long time. They require watering once a week with lukewarm water.
Garden by Vivian Reiss. Website: www.vreiss.com Blog: www.vivianreiss.com
These beautiful monkeys have a golden mane of fur. They are tiny little monkeys that live in the jungle in Brazil, where they eat insects and vegetation and anything else they can scrounge like bird eggs. There are some at the … Continue reading
This monkey is called the douc langur, and it is beautiful. They are very endangered. I’ve never been to Vietnam, but I’ve seen them in a zoo and they are very graceful, peaceful animals. baby one: Here is another amazing vietnamese … Continue reading
National Geographic Magazine had an amazing article about bowerbirds, a small bird that lives in Australia and New Guinea. What makes the bowerbird unique is that the males create amazing love nests decked out with found objects to woo the … Continue reading
Cute alpcas captured by my cell phone camera. One of the features that humans find inherently cute is large eye size in realtion to head size. Alpacas have very big eyes, which is part of the reason they are so … Continue reading
Beautiful sunrise over Stony Lake where I was this past few days. July 1 2010 Canada Day