Into the Woods

Above, a Pileated Woodpecker peers out of a cavity in a tree trunk.

Although not nervous enough to fly off, he keeps an eye on me as he forages nearby:

A tiny Pacific Wren keeps to the shadows in the undergrowth:

Other beings besides trees and birds exist here:

Moss coats many limbs and trunks:

Following the sound of tapping leads to a Hairy Woodpecker:

A Brown Creeper forages alone in another spot:

Otherwise, it’s quiet:

Atop a high ridge there is more space for the sun:

Thanks for visiting, and may you be happy and at ease.


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