My soapy-water pan traps were not very effective.
A rare backside view of the lower falls at Letchworth. The falls are at the center of the frame, and the canyon, with the food bridge, follows downstream.
I don’t remember the wetland at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge being this blue.
What is this crazy, cliff hanging angiosperm?
This spider web holds together the cliff face on which it rests. It reminds me of Hydropsychid caddisfly larva, which weave funnels to capture food particles in streams and have actually been shown to alter sediment transport dynamics.
I’ve made both of these images, taken at Letchworth State Park near the Lower Falls, large so it looks as if I’ve posted more often than I really have…