First, thank you to Jessica at I Adopted a Dog–NOW WHAT?, for nominating me for the Kreativ Blogger Award! Jessica and her husband adopted an adorable little Scottish Terrier/dachshund mix named Taylor, and her blog tells about Taylor’s adventures as well as other dog-related topics. I always enjoy looking at Jessica’s photos and posts.
One more day tomorrow of planning and preparation time for teachers, and the students start on Wednesday. I still have plenty to do in my room but I expect to get a lot accomplished tomorrow!
These flowers were growing in bushes out in the front yard. Settings were f/8, 1/160, ISO 400.
A Blue Jay feather in the grass. Settings were f/8, 1/125, ISO 400.
I saw this beautiful rosy purple dragonfly this afternoon. I looked it up on Bug Guide, and it’s a Roseate Skimmer, a common dragonfly in the southern United States. Settings were f/8, 1/200, ISO 400.
There’s always the chore of fishing Green June Bugs out of the swimming pool. Like all the others I’ve rescued, this one swiftly recovered and flew off. Settings were f/8, 1/125, ISO 400.
A Brown Anole in one of the tomato pots, popping its head up to look at me. Settings were f/8, 1/400, ISO 400.
And last today is the big female Green Anole on the fence. I’m pretty certain she’s the mother of the baby Green Anole I’ve been watching. Settings were f/8, 1/125, ISO 400.