Project 52, Week 32 ~ Bank Fishing

The fishing was slow, so I watched nature while 
DH  fed worms to the bream.  


I'm sure this must be a common plant 
but I don't know it's name.  Anyone know? 
The bees loved it. 
(FB group says it is a "Buttonbush") 


He finally caught one,  but the 
poor thing looked more like bait than supper. LOL!!!



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45 comments:

  1. Sounds like a relaxing time in a pretty place. I heard of so many fishermen that like to catch the fish and then throw them back. Is fishing just for fun for some? Sorry I can not help with the plant id. Have a happy week!

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  2. Too cute! Nothing like feeding worms to the bream! :-) Interesting plant...I'm sure I've seen one before, just don't know what it is.

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  3. These photos are stunning, Terri! Love every one of them.

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  4. do you know what that plant is? so odd looking - but cool too. ( :
    we saw lots of men fishing yesterday while we were kayaking. they fished for hours. i can only imagine. enjoy your week.

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  5. Gee, hope you weren't hungry. Bream sure are tasty though. No idea on the plant. Hope some one else can identify it.

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  6. Wish I knew the name of the plant...but I don't. Too bad about the tiny fish. Hmmm. Maybe next time. ;)

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  7. I don't know what kind of plant that is, but it's a pretty picture. I've never been into fishing much myself. I'd rather sit at the water's edge and enjoy nature or read a book than sit and watch a bobber. :D

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  8. i love the plant,and have only seen one and do not know what it is. there is one of these at Bray park, growing in the ditch. love the bobber pic and where is the worm pic? what no shots of the worms? daddy loved catching fish this size, he would come home with a MESS of these and only get a couple bites off each one.

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  9. no idea on the plant, but it sure is cool! well, fishing sounds like a good relaxing way to pass the time, no matter...

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  10. I don't recognize the plant. That is a small fish! Did you eat it?

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  11. i have no clue about what that plant is but i love the fishing mosaic!

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  12. Oh the fun of fishing. I love the shot of the ripples in the water; that must have been when the fish was being pulled in. Not familiar with the plant but its cool.

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  13. I don't think I've seen that plant around here.

    Well, at least he caught something!

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  14. I love going fishing, but only when I am catching something. Haha! Don't know what the plant is, but it's pretty!

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  15. Beautiful photos! I don't know what the flower is, but it sure is unique looking and made for a great shot. I like the sequence of fish photos, too. Fishing is always productive if it's relaxing. :-)

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  16. No idea about the plant, either, but nice way to take advantage of the slow fishing!

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  17. I love the photos. I don't know what that plant is called either. Sorry.

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  18. Amazing clarity in your photos. I don't know what the plant is but it is interesting.
    Blessings to you this Monday.

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  19. A very interesting plant, but I have no idea what it is.

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  20. No idea what the plant is! It's unique and lovely though. :)

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  21. Love the photo's and such a pretty plant , hope you find what it is .

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  22. Interesting plant but not a clue! Your three snap collage is awesome!

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  23. Love the photos but no ID on the plantj

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  24. I've never seen a plant quite like that. That's a fun collage.

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  25. Lovely shot! I love to find and photograph these plants. I saw some in a botanical garden with a plaque below them that said they were a Buttonball Bush (cephalanthus occidentalis). I took a picture of the plaque because I knew I'd never remeber them! Wikipedia calls them a Buttonbush.

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  26. All I know about that bush is that it's such a gorgeous color of green. Almost like green in the springtime.

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  27. I do not know what the plant is either but I like the name Buttonbush...:) I like the set up of your collage....it would make a nice photo for a boys room or den.

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  28. I don't know what the plant is. Great shots of it though!

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  29. Great photos! It looks like a Buttonbush to me. You can see it here: http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CEOC2

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  30. This looks so relaxing. I would probably spend most of my time watching nature, also.

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  31. nothing wrong with feeding worms to the bream. it's all about being outside and meditating!!!!!!!! ;D great photos.

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  32. Interesting plant and nice storyboard of the catch of the day. Salad might have to be in a bigger bowl tonight. lol!

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  33. Cephalanthus is native in mostly the eastern side of the US, but also California and Arizona. Butterflies love it. I would like to grow it but it likes wet soil and it is very dry here in the summer at least. Nice shot. I remember fishing with my grandpa for small fish like that, one of my cherished childhood memories.

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  34. Buttonbush. I like that name. Looks like such a perfect 'and the livin' is easy' summer day! Lovely photos.

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  35. Bream? What is this bream? :)

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  36. Not sure about the plant - but isn't the fish a crappie?? No matter what size - that's good eating!!

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  37. Hi! Visiting via Catherine. Well, I've seen this plant out here in Phoenix--believe it or not-- and I believe Hannah has hit the nail on the head. This plant is abundant at The Frank Lloyd Wright home which is just four miles from me! I'll have a look around here! ;)

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  38. This is great. I have caught bait before! We love to fish, and compete for the biggest and the most.

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  39. Very interesting plants! I'm not sure if I have seen those particular ones before. Loved the water photos:)
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  40. When the fishing gets tough the tough pull out their camera.

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  41. There have been many times when I have fished that I realised I would have had more food if I eat the bait myself!!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  42. I have no idea what the plant is. It's lovely though. Poor little thing does look more like bait than dinner.

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