thegreenwolf:

Red Clover is one of my longtime plant totems. I feel some ambiguity because clovers are invasive in the U.S., but they’re pretty benign as far as invasives go (compared to, say, Himalayan blackberry), and like all legumes they improve the soil they grow in by fixing nitrogen. I got a picture of this fine specimen along a busy road in Seaside, OR last week.

thegreenwolf:

Red Clover is one of my longtime plant totems. I feel some ambiguity because clovers are invasive in the U.S., but they’re pretty benign as far as invasives go (compared to, say, Himalayan blackberry), and like all legumes they improve the soil they grow in by fixing nitrogen. I got a picture of this fine specimen along a busy road in Seaside, OR last week.

gentlemanfisherman:

Adirondark-Guideboat

gentlemanfisherman:

Adirondark-Guideboat

redwingjohnny:

Reunion by Lise De Serres

via Animal Planet

redwingjohnny:

Reunion by Lise De Serres

via Animal Planet

mycountrylifeblog:

Side Road Country (by Lori Garske)

mycountrylifeblog:

Side Road Country (by Lori Garske)