This is a bush at the bottom of a tree, it has ling stems that hold many leaves that sit side by side to each other.
I found a bunny with a white tail. I feel bad for the little guy because he's with that tail he's easy to spot. He needs to be extra carful.
This is a very short tree with long branches that hold small leaves as well as berries. It's very pretty.
This is another weed but is has the biggest leaves I've seen all day. It is a short plant with a short stem but the leaves are so huge and look like leather
This we'd has very pretty bright green leaves. I took a photo of it because I thought it was cool that it is growing inside of a puddle and some mud.
This is a huge plant. It's so big I can't even see the roots and where it begins. It has long stems with log leaves attached. The tip of the plant looks like wheat.
This is just a seed for a plant. It is on the ground and surrounded by many more. The trees drop these as a way to reproduce and spread.
This plant has huge leaves that are green and orange. The orange is probably from the plant dying. It also has flowers growing in between the leaves
Dark green leaves and has stems with thorns on them. The branches grow and usually have leaves in groups of 5.
This plant has lite green leaves and a cool looking stem that is violet colored. And also has a stem with berries in it.
This is just a simple tree. It's really talk with this bark and plenty of branches with leaves on them. These are very common.
With the threat of a heavy storm looming, I hiked up Great Blue Hill just to quickly check for hairstreaks and lo and behold I found the species I've been searching for. A single worn Oak Hairstreak was nectaring at milkweed near the top of the slope. This time I was sure it was not a just a Gray HS. Though one wing was badly torn, the 'W' on the other was unmistakable. I watched carefully, taking pictures, as it flew from flower to flower. Eventually I let it fly off as the rains began to fall. A very good day!