This wasp was moving quite slowly on a brisk morning so I felt safe getting up close to examine and photograph it. About 1 1/2″ long and I have not yet been able to identify it.
I walked early on a foggy morning and was blessed to come across this work of art.
This photo does not begin to capture this sunrises’ delicate hues. It was so lovely, and I would have preferred to continue watching it reveal its beauty.
Although I had to press on to work, I was so blessed to witness this.
The sun was little more than an orange-red disk on this hazy, smoky, foggy morning.
A blazing white orb sets the tone for a hot and humid summer day.
Illuminated by early morning sunlight, this Turkey Vulture’s feathers were most attractively highlighted.
Faye and I went out for a paddle this morning and had a delightful time.