As the last days of summer's song wanes toward fall, the flowers are blooming, the peepers are singing, the bees are still busy and the Monarch comes to visit. Haven't seen the Monarch for several years, this year there were a few this week.
One of them sees the joy he brings me, as I carefully go for my camera. Without the camera, I find him lighted under my chair, teasing me, flying close past my face. Pure Joy.
He is becoming so tame. It's been eight years now, as of today.
Yesterday we saw this video of an aquarium seal playing with a butterfly!
|A seal and a butterfly at play at the aquarium in Portland Oregon|
|A Mourning Cloak on the Sedum|
The wood stove was on a few nights ago, in the low 50s. It's 84' F in the shade now, the sun blaring, punishing. Our atmosphere feels thin. The magnetosphere has been dancing. Whispers of the Galactic Sun in Sagittarius cosmic energies blast, helping humanity awaken? And talk of a mini-ice age coming, with the solar minimum we are going through. The Farmer's Almanac calls for a brutal winter...
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|Thunderbird in the sky|
looking to our right
|Bird of Thunder|
28+ Collection of Native American Bird Drawing
|An Old Egyptian Artifact|
we were studying when the Thunderbird appeared in the clouds
|Freebie Hightop, the sweetest little Buff Silkie Bantam hen|
|Ruby Throated Hummingbird|
|Tallullah and her 11 chicks|
|at the water cooler|
|the first blue morning glories|
|every 17 years the Cicadas bloom, ancient looking insect|
|an annoying insectoid nosy neighbor on an ultralight|
Hope you are having a great summer!