It's gone back to being hot and humid, but I needed to get to the grocery store to fill in some holes in the larder. Okay, I admit it; I had to get more bacon for the BLTs I've been making for lunch during my vacation, and it's worth suffering the heat and humidity to get it. Plus I decided a slice of red onion on a BLT might taste pretty good, too. Anyhow... As per usual, I went through the Dykeman Spring Nature Park on the way to the store, so naturally there are photos. Here are the ones that worked. Enjoy!
|Yellow Ironweed along the Dykeman Walking Trail|
|A very busy Bumblebee working the Ironweed. And see that Orange and white and black near the left edge of the photo? That's an Ailanthus Webworm Moth. The Ironweed patch was a pretty busy spot this morning!|
|Cool water on a hot day - the creek from the red bridge|
|More cool water - Sedges and reflections on the north duck pond|
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