Forest floor

Jim Dowling
Jim Dowling works as a Field Lab Naturalist at Whiskeytown Environmental School. He’s a retired teacher and ex-railroad brakeman/conductor. He takes pictures, gardens and, on occasion, spins a decent yarn.
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7 Responses

  1. Steve Towers Steve Towers says:

    I feel like if you could get that printed on a yoga mat or something, it would sell.

  2. K. Beck says:

    Squirrel Heaven!

  3. Ginny says:

    Rainbow on the forest floor. Great composition……..

  4. Matthew Grigsby says:

    Beautiful!

  5. Bob McCall says:

    Hi Jim – Beautiful pic. When describing some cheeses, the term “forest floor” is used and your picture embodies what they are trying to convey. As in this description: “Inspired by the Welsh cheese Caerphilly, Cloud Cap has a mottled, lightly bloomy rind with aromas of earth and forest floor.”

    • Jim Dowling Jim Dowling says:

      Thank you, Bob. The description of Caerphilly, Cloud Cap is eloquent. If my photo in any way conjures up that description — the imagery and sensations, I’m truly honored…and curious. I’ll have to try it.

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