Saturday, November 14, 2020

Images For The Day After My Birthday

My Lupin plants in Seattle capture crystal rain drops.


I started walking at river level on the Seine instead of up on street level in 2014 or so. It was a completely new world that I didn't know existed until I walked down my first stairway. One of the differences was how many swans there are.

Speaking of different points of view, seeing a Deux Chevaux from above doesn't change anything.
It is still an amazing little vehicle.

Or people having a conversation.
  Both the car and the people were from four floors up.

Other than being reasonably sure that this is in Paris, not elsewhere in France, I have no idea
where I took this one.

This was somewhere on the Mediterranean in Langue d'Oc.

Japanese crabs are destructive of our native Dungeness variety.

This is the only decent image I have of a male Anna's Hummingbird.

This is a Lopez Island lady bug; I have pictures of whole colonies of them from New Mexico.

For some reason I have lots of decent images of male Rufous Hummingbird.

Flickers are under-appreciated woodpeckers, I think.

Dandelions are under- appreciated flowers, I think.

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