I went walking in the Dykeman Spring Nature Park again today. Still a threat of rain, but so far today it's held off. The dominant life form in the park still looks to be butterflies, although I did manage to sneak in photos of a Deptford Pink and some mushrooms to break things up a little. Most of these are macro shots, although the Silver-spotted Skipper and the Clouded Sulphur were shot with the zoom and manual focus because they didn't really want to let me very close. Enjoy!
|Deptford Pink in the Dykeman Spring wetlands|
|A Silver-spotted Skipper butterfly in the Dykeman Spring wetlands|
|A Little Wood Satyr butterfly in the Dykeman Spring wetlands|
|Mushrooms growing under the trail map sign on Dykeman Rd.|
|A Clouded Sulphur butterfly on the Meadow Trail|
|A Long Dash skipper butterfly on the Meadow Trail|
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