During an afternoon stroll to the pond at Camp McDowell in Nauvoo, AL, I was enjoying contemplation time and this dragonfly joined me.
During one my many strolls at Camp McDowell
in Nauvoo, AL, this pair caught my eye.
The flower is approximately the size of a quarter.
I turned around after photographing another flower at Camp McDowell
in Nauvoo, AL, and came face to face with this praying mantis.
As I sat with it, it turned and we gazed at each other.
While on my way to the Camp McDowell Pond,
this ladybug captured my fancy.
This buddy and I hung out for about twenty minutes
while a best friend and I were hanging out in Atlanta, GA.
These Royal Terns were enjoying the sun and breezes on Little Talbot Island, Fort George, FL.
The glinting sun iridescing this dragonfly's wings bedazzled me. Photographed at the pond at Camp McDowell, Nauvoo, AL.
A raccoon had taken a stroll on this dune amongst the shells
and grasses on Little Talbot Island, Fort George, FL.
This luna moth posed for me outside my door for over forty-five minutes. The purple hue in the background is created by blooming impatiens.
This Wing-Billed Gull at Atlantic Beach, FL,
was playing on the gusting wind.
In the frog pond at The Atlanta Botanical Gardens,
these bullfrogs were singing a happy Spring tune.
I was approximately six feet from this sparrow when this photo was taken.
We were both having a wonderful time hanging out in my backyard.
Strolling in Nauvoo, AL, at Camp McDowell, I stopped to take a drink and noticed
this friend had stopped for one as well.
This Anole was hanging out in the shrubs in our front yard.
When it jumped onto the Pine Tree
I was able to capture its color-changing process.
In Jacksonville, FL, I could even see this Wood Stork's eye as it was soaring overhead with its five and a half foot wingspan.