Wednesday, August 12, 2015

At The Lake

It is easy to see the tiny wing spots on both sides of the tail that mark this Monarch as a male.
I really enjoy seeing these blue spikes out in the woodlands.


Lots of Red-headed Woodpeckers today as parents still were followed by fledges. I noticed the younger ones having some spots on their undersides.


A lovely bouquet



Blue Dasher


Amberwing

7 comments:

  1. These are great! love the bouquet...think that's my fav of this group.

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  2. You spent some quality time at a wetland.

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  3. The bouquet is so pretty. Everything's looking good at the lake

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  4. It was a good day to be at the lake. The colors on the red-headed woodpeckers is so vibrant.

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  5. I hope you know that I ALWAYS look at your posts, but don't always comment. They are beautiful, like the last few minutes of "Sunday Morning" (always nature shots). It's my form of meditation. Woodpeckers, insects, water, greenery....what could be better?

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  6. I love the pictures of the woodpecker. I also like the jewelweed. I learned about jewelweed from another blogger when I was starting out and it's been a favorite of mine ever since.

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  7. I had to enlarge the frog picture to see what I was looking at. :) Loved the beautiful group of flowers in #8 and the redhead looking directly at you in #9.

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