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October 11, 2012 / Rae Spencer

First Landing State Park, October 11

I woke this morning with the urge to make an audio recording of frog song. Nature seldom cooperates, when my plans are that specific, and today was no exception. Yesterday, one of the park’s small ponds was a cacophony of harsh croaks and lyrical trills. Today it was mostly silent. Here’s why:

So I have no audio to share. Instead I have sunlight and woodpeckers…


  1. lynnwyvill / Oct 11 2012 9:27 PM

    Sorry you didn’t get your audio recording. But you did get great photos!

    • Rae Spencer / Oct 11 2012 10:48 PM

      I’m not giving up on my audio quest. Stay tuned!

      • lynnwyvill / Oct 12 2012 8:12 AM

        I figured you wouldn’t! I’ll look forward to hearing it. I really enjoy your posts!

  2. jeaniemac100 / Oct 11 2012 10:05 PM

    Oh, Rae, your photos make me happy all over. The second and fifth of this series are my favorites, this time.

  3. CMS / Oct 11 2012 11:09 PM

    Rae, this is a gorgeous post and took me to just the place I needed to be after a hectic day. Thank you!

  4. Betty Hayes Albright / Oct 12 2012 11:37 PM

    Rae, I was just looking at my blogroll about to click on your name when your “like” appeared. Thank you for that! We’re on the same wave-length it seems. 🙂
    (As usual I’m terribly behind reading blogs – but want you to know how much I love your blog and all the photos!)

    • Rae Spencer / Oct 13 2012 12:00 AM

      Thank you! I’m always happy when your posts pop up in my reader. Love your poems.

  5. bardessdmdenton / Oct 16 2012 3:01 PM

    So often nature offers what we didn’t think we were looking for … well, life too! Lovely photos — we get red-bellied woodpeckers on our suet feeders quite often.

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