White wildflower holding its head up after a heavy rain and after the peak of its blooming.
This bundle of spines looks like the insect world’s answer to Shih Tzus. (Maybe a tiger moth caterpillar?)
Goose and pair of goslings on a family outing in the rain in Goshen, Arkansas. There were two families of geese with goslings close in age. The group seemed to move together always in the two days we saw them.
Black and white warbler singing his songs in the Arkansas Ouachitas this morning.
Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge is a place to share photos that can’t be categorized. This shot is of a trio of LED Christmas lights in a tube that look like shooting stars or dripping icicles. Add a longer exposure time and some motion and voila – odd ball photo.
Texture would seem to be such a simple thing. Wandered around among the trees and weeds looking for anything new that would really fit the challenge. (Our previous post, “Coral Fungus,” would’ve been perfect). So here’s what we found today:
Extra textures we loved:
- A grand variety – http://lucidgypsy.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/nature-and-coast/
- Elephantine – http://scottseyephotos.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/weekly-photo-challenge-texture-2/
- Fantastically fungal – http://insellos.wordpress.com/2014/08/09/weekly-photo-challenge-texture/
- Flamingo feathers and more – http://salmonfishingqueen.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/textures-a-wordpress-photo-challenge/
- Boathouse – http://snapsandstories.com/2014/08/08/weekly-photo-challenge-texture/
Even past its prime, this brace of lily of the valley bells is still lovely. Taken June 8, 2014, Eagan, Minnesota.