Sunday, May 31, 2020
Little beauty bits
On the last day of May, 2020, nature serves up some little beauty bits.
Of course she does so every day. I just don't always take time to appreciate.
Here are a boy and girl Pronghorn. Note the dark jaw patch on the male, as well as his stature and conformation in comparison to the female.
Check out the ants on the western wallflower.
Yesterday after counting cows...
Stemless hymenoxys (Tetraneuris acaulis) in a distribution and location I haven't seen before. This is a sign of actual climate variability -- the stuff that happens when the climate shifts around within it's natural and homeostatic bounds. You don't see this stuff when it's dry and hot, but you do when it's wet and cool.
A little look around...
And a little cow walk...
Western wallflowers, bumble bee, antz.
Wish I had more time to write and comment, but I don't. Hope you enjoyed the sights and sounds of the prairie in late May.
Be well and embrace the blessings of liberty.