A few weeks ago I revisited the local butterfly garden which were absent of butterflies at the time.
However, the hummingbirds and the mosquitoes did move in.
The hummingbirds are welcome anytime, but I was not fond of the mosquito tenants who had no problem of making me part of their lunch.
Ahhh, the missing butterfly whom I was seeking a few weeks back in the park's butterfly garden.
Although this adventurous butterfly has wandered far from its garden home. Clinging desperately to this flower as hurricane-force winds blow and tossing it back and forth like a kite. Luckily for me, it was just a mild breeze.
It will have quite a survivor's story to tell when it returns home.
A lizard watches with panic to see what giant has interrupted its morning sunning ritual.
I look back in panic to see what small creature had moved amongst the rocks and interrupted my morning hike.
We eye each other cautiously before we both scurry away in fear.
A dragonfly thinks he is camouflaged against the colorful ground.
He doesn't move and glares at me angrily. All its tiny hairs stand erect readying for the attack.
I show him my big camera lens pretending it is a futuristic secret weapon.
He flies away in supersonic speeds to battle someone else his own size.
I think the person who lives in that narrow green house should only have to pay a quarter of the rent.
I wonder if the occupant feels claustrophobic sometimes.
How did the furniture fit through the door?
Sometimes we just need a simple reminder to look both ways before crossing the street. Although I'm not sure it will help those whose eyes are glued to their phones. We used to put phones by our ears, but now they are mostly used with our eyes.