Seen at the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Cockrell Butterfly Center:
I suppose I could have taken this shot from the side, so that more of this little guy would have been in focus. But I preferred an over-the-shoulder approach, you could almost share his point of view.
A Red Postman Mimic takes a break on a sign at the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Cockrell Butterfly Center:
As natural history museums go, Houstons’ one is pretty pricey for what you get. But pricing there is a la carte, so if you’d like, you can get a ticket to just the butterfly center.
On a trip through Glacier National Park, we ran across a stack of small thin rocks that someone had made near one of the visitors’ centers:
Maybe it was built on a lark by one person, maybe it was the product of many individuals as they passed through. Just the same, it was a nice bit of whimsy to find in the middle of a long road trip…
New Mexican Primrose (Oenothera speciosa ‘Siskiyou’) at the Yampa River Botanic Park; Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Another Balloon Fiesta shot…
Sorry for the lull in posting — I’ve been fighting server issues on another blog I run and it’s been absorbing what little free time I’ve got. Things should be clearing up shortly.
Seen at the Yampa River Botanic Park in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
So many flowers, so little time: