Seeing patterns in nature

The Kimberley Nature Park natural history group met at the campground trailhead Feb. 8 for a hike up Sunflower Hill into the Park’s south end. The theme for this outing was seeing patterns in nature. All of the images in this post were taken by participants – perhaps they provide the most eloquent illustration of what we saw on our hike. Photo by Jim Duncan Most of us tend to take seeing for granted. We open our eyes in the morning and voila, we see. Photo by Sherrin Perrouault When we stop taking it for granted, however, we often realize how much we see, but do not process. What we see depends on what we know, what we are looking for, and where we choose to focus our eyes. Photo by Kent Goo

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