This enlargement of an insect covered in artistically created camo was crawling on my leg. It or its friend dropped down from a white mulberry tree later and bit me. I thought I’d been able to ID it last year but now I can’t find it. I’m afraid I reacted too quickly to being bitten to figure out if the stick thing in lower left is a leg or a camo stick thing.
Another road warrior! This magical flower was felled from the top of a very tall tulip tree by a hungry caterpillar.
The world would be an even more wonderful place if we were all so open…
I cannot resist jumping spiders! This one looks like it came directly from a Star Wars set! Magical metallic monster! (Remember they are not insects.)
Victim of the dreaded lawnmower… There were several bulbous buttercups scattered on the road. They thought the lawnmower was bad. Wait until they encounter automobile tires…
Grass flowers are so lovely! I am always startled by their tidy perfection and their sky-blueness!
Leaf me alone! Just try walking in the woods this time of year! Leaves are overwhelming. The world is so green! Oak and tulip in photo.
Froggy decided I was getting too close and hopped off!
The sun continues its northward journey, wishing us a peaceful good night as it peeks through a lacy white mulberry finally in flower!
Who thinks of dried seed heads falling and covering the ground in the spring? The red maple tree provides its own version of autumn leaves but wearing unique pink colors that could only be found in the spring.