|The Eastern Cottonwoods, their fluffy, dropping |
catkins or racemes, make for ghostly-like
appearances along the Lehigh Gorge.
|Serpents among us lingering from Genesis?|
|The Copperhead slinks away. (Click here to see video of this serpent slinking away.)|
|About 4:00 AM, a southbound train derails at the Penn |
Haven Junction trestle. Certainly the engineer may
have thought his end was near. Well, at least the
derailment happend at the end of the trestle anyway.
|Workers were on the scene most of the day. The two|
boxcars seen here were off the tracks.
|This black snake defying gravity is|
traveling in the wrong direction.
|This Five-lined Skink raced about as if needing to get somewhere.|
|This skink is facing, looking for God in a Thunderhead.|
|The Serpent prepares for the battle that surely is to come.|
|The Skink looks to be sulking. Disappointed by the |
|Still, he looks ever vigilant. I can't tell if he's hopeful or|
if he feels left out. Do lizards have emotions? Souls?
|A rock slide could be evidence of nature in turmoil on the front|
edge of impending doom.