This green anole should be blending in with the foliage, but here he’s branched out, taking quite a chance on the trunk of this pine tree.
This common house spider has proven to be a very successful mother. One egg sac hatched this morning. Two others are waiting. An entomological version of the old Contac’s hundreds of tiny time pills.
This killdeer has twice set up a nest in a little bit of mulch in one of the parking lots at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Not sure what happened to her first clutch of four eggs. She’s back with another clutch, and just as fierce in the defense of her nest as ever.
Deck spider has Saturday brunch fresh off the web.
Saturday morning moon show. Beats cartoons any day. [I’m still amazed that this little point-and-shoot can capture as much detail as it does. In addition to the mare, the photo even shows ejecta blankets.]
Harvested homegrown onions today. Produce doesn’t get more local than this. Harvested a little — emphasis on “little” — garlic a couple weeks ago that wound up in spaghetti sauce.
Fruiting bodies make moss look like some alien creature or some mid-century decorative fantasy.
Light from the setting sun plays across mist left after the passage of a summer storm that flashed through the Ouachitas of western Pulaski, eastern Perry and northern Saline counties.
A little flash. A little mist. A little bit like 35 wing beats per second. Sorry Dr. Edgerton, but Napoleon wins this round.