Each year, we look forward to the fall migration of Monarch butterflies. In central Arkansas, they generally appear the first week or two of October. This year, we also had a chance to see them on the Floribama gulf coast, those butterflies following a route from the northeastern U.S. Compared to what we saw in Arkansas this year, the ones in Florida were so numerous, you could not go a few minutes without seeing another one southwest bound.
A tarantula is undergoing an involuntary transformation induced by the paralyzing sting of a tarantula hawk wasp. The wasp dragged the limp spider around a corner and up two stories to the eaves of the house, where the unfortunate arachnid became both unwilling nursemaid and pantry to a young wasp.
A warm November day brought out a few characters here in the interface.
This week’s challenge is “Experimental.” Here, we’re flying through the hollow at night.