My sister-in-law has and tends an amazing flower garden. See for yourself.
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A Northern Cardinal hunts for tidbits.
I crouched low to get this insects’ eye view of a soybean field.
My hiatus has ended!
Every day this week, this Song Sparrow has perched on a sunflower plant outside work, preens, and sings its lovely song. I invite you to visit AllAboutBirds to hear it.
Fitzi’s eyes shine.
Sunrise – yes, sunrise – on a summer morning when cirrus clouds, and the sun, were largely cloaked by smoke from wild fires several hundred klicks away in Manitoba and northwest Ontario.
I me across these two moths while puttering in the backyard. Their wingspan was about 5 inches or 12 centimeters. I learned they are Cecropia silkmoths. Lovely and wondrous creatures.
Yesterday was a good day to cloud-watch. It was hot, humid, and the atmosphere was a little unstable. Cumulus began towering which created some fascinating formations.
Lucy glows in late afternoon sunlight.