Salmagundi

amphibAn American Toad looking for a place to burrow down for winter.spiderLe Dejeuner sur l’herbe with tiny spider.lichenA scattering of lichen on smooth granite. walnutsBig walnuts.

All seen on Old Croton Aqueduct Trail or in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, where lies Washington Irving.

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  1. 1 Carol Levine October 27, 2014 at 2:21 pm

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