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Small pleasures in and around Woodside

Life on a scale that, while visible, is made more so with the help of a camera

In parks and woods in general, we are surrounded by lifeforms other than human, some large and some small. In that second category, the question arises: How small are we talking about?

The images on this page, with the help of a macro lens, represent a mid-March snapshot of life visible to the naked eye and making a go of it right now in and around Woodside -- at Edgewood Park, Wunderlich Park and the Kite Hill Open Space Preserve.

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