Monday, January 29, 2007


Today, I went to the park to take some shots of the Olentangy River in the snow, and hopefully, ice. I never got there. The floodplain of the river at the park used to be covered with bush honeysuckle. When I walked down the hill to the floodplain this evening, I noticed things were a bit more open. On closer inspection, I realized why. Someone had cut much of the dense undergrowth of bush honeysuckle. Interesting, I thought. I'm guessing this is part of a research project at OSU. I had seen various plots, boxes, and baggies throughout the park marked "OSU". Anyways, here is a photo essay on honeysuckle removal.


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