This horse must enjoy a roll in the mud, it gave it a second color.
That prairie growth grows even higher, always ready to burst out in bloom.
The thick trunked Burr Oak in the middle was dated at having started it's growth thirty years before our constitution was signed. It was called the Constitution Tree in this wonderful forest I visited.This forest is along the Missouri River , and a delight to have played in it.
This tiny moth didn't hold still on this milkweed blossom for very long.