Seen along the National Mall in Washington, D.C.:
Now we’re just waiting for spring to show up in Colorado…
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.