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Monthly Archives: September 2012
A friend invited me to see her flower garden. The early fall day had taken its toll on most of the summer flowers but this rose bud stood out in the late afternoon light.
A monarch butterfly was enjoying a flower in Black Hill Regional Park in boyds, Maryland when I took this shot.
While walking around a lake, I saw some pretty light purple flowers. Honey bees seemed to be on every blossom. Here is one up close.
I had just left Grand Teton National Park during a late May snow storm when I saw what I thought was a bear high on the road bank disappearing into the woods. The road bank had large open snow covered … Continue reading
Early one morning as I was leaving Gardiner to explore more of Yellowstone Park. I saw something move high on the cliff side above. After parking the car, it took several minutes to again see something move. Sure enough there … Continue reading