Pedagogy of the Plants

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Lake Chapman

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Lake Chapman Dusk


Lake Chapman Mirror


Listen to four minutes and thirty three seconds on a March evening:




Or a March morning:


Written by Cameron Brooks

April 5, 2014 at 10:25 am

Low Tide Sounds

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February 23, 2014 at 7:59 pm

4’33” Under the Pier

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February 22, 2014 at 9:56 am

4’33” From the Porch

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Listen to a quartet of freezing rain, tintinnabulation, cardinal chips, and the space in between:

Full Moonrise and Strix varia

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Full Moonrise

A resident Barred Owl announced the full moonrise last Thursday (ten minutes before the alarm went off). Listen to haunting hooting the Cornell Lab of Ornithology describes as “Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you-all?”

Written by Cameron Brooks

January 19, 2014 at 1:22 pm

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

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Frost Heaving in Winterville 1

Needle ice occurs when the air temperature is below freezing, and the soil is above freezing. Water flows upward via capillary  motion as heat moves toward colder air above.


Chunks of soil, grass, and moss are lifted into the air.



These crystals were discovered in Winterville (naturally) during a run through an overgrown subdivision that never made it through The Great Recession. Click here for more photos of the area, and enjoy Ray Charles’ persuasion…

Frigid Fort Clinch

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Christmas Sky Above Amelia Island

Lauraline, by The Gentleman Losers, suits these shots of a family tradition on Amelia Island…

Birds on Fort Clinch Fishing Pier

View From Fort Clinch Fishing Pier

Fort Clinch Breakwater

Young Sea Oat Patch

Fort Clinch Berm