Last week I had a lot of field work to do for my job. Tiring but good. Here are some photos.
The first two are from Fairmount Park in Philadelphia.
I am 38 years old and I never noticed that the inside of a black walnut looks like a heart. Now I see them everywhere.
An orange shelf fungi. You could see this from a mile away, it was so vibrant.
A giant piece of conglomerate. Conglomerate is a sedimentary rock and you don't often see pieces this size. I think it is part of the Pottsville Formation found in the Anthracite regions in Eastern Pennsylvania. Zoom in for a closer look. That is my field book for scale.