Welcome to Arkansas!
Bluffwoods Conservation Area
Weston Bend State Park
White-lined Sphinx Moth
Female Ruby-throated Hummingbird feeding on Cardinal Flower
Male Baltimore Oriole
Wallace State Park
“Question Mark” Polygonia interrogationis
Hydrangea “Endless Summer”
“The Ravine” at River Bluff Nature Preserve
Analyzing the artist’s technique, or just looking at the naked women?
Thanks for the wonderful pictures. I used to live in NJ and miss the landscape.
I was not aware of all the trails available in the southeast US. What is the bug situation like there?
In the summer time bugs are abundant – black flies, mosquitoes, horse flies, ticks, chiggers, etc. They can make it pretty unpleasant to be outdoors.
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