This past weekend my honey and I went on a camping/fishing trip to Bank's Lake WA. Banks Lake is a man-made reservoir that offers 91 miles of shoreline, renowned bass fishing and water sports.
This time around, I decided to take pictures of the flora and fauna while Mr C. was busy fishing, so instead of a slide show of my garden, I am sharing one of Mother Nature's garden, animals and birds we saw. Many parts of the shore around the lake are very rocky and bare, except for the trees and plants which take root, and manage to survive in the crevices of the rocks.
I find a great deal of beauty in the twisted roots of a tree as it clings to the rocks, and the flowers and critters of this interesting place. I hope you enjoy the slide show.