The sun setting earlier each day isn’t the only sign that summer is on the wane.
The incredible thing about sunsets is no two are alike, and you never know how each day’s sunset will turn out. This post has a few decent ones I was fortunate to witness lately.Continue reading Sunset surprises
I’ve noticed quite a few butterflies out on my nature walks lately. Some believe butterfly sightings to be symbols of good fortune. Maybe there’s some hope for the coming months of 2020?Continue reading More butterflies
I spent a frustrating 20 minutes following this common whitetail skimmer dragonfly as they buzzed around, trying to get a decent photo or two. Yet another time when nature is trying to teach me to have more patience. Maybe someday, that lesson will finally sink in.Continue reading Learning patience from a dragonfly
I came across this plant while on a hike. I’m not sure what kind it is, but the blossoms that are growing on it reminded me of those coronavirus stock pictures they keep showing on the news. Even out in nature, my brain finds reminders of the pandemic. [eye-roll]
Update: One of my friends told me this plant is a Rattlesnake Master.
I’ve seen a lot of butterflies out there on lately. Here’s a monarch sharing some flower nectar with a bee (upper left).Continue reading Butterfly season