I have boys. We have lots of books about bugs. This week we read about Luna Moths so last night when my oldest son ran into the house exclaiming about a big green moth on the shed I was really thrilled to discover he'd found a Luna Moth. This particular Luna Moth had just hatched from a cocoon and was drying its wings in the fresh air, just waiting for nightfall. Did you know? The Luna Moth is an endangered species! Luna Moths don't eat. They don't even have mouths. Named Luna (moon) Moth because they only fly at night. A Luna Moth only lives for about a week. They mate and the female lays
For me, this year, BlissDom was all about the photography. When asked where I'd most like to work as a staff member, I said I'd do anything, but could I please take in a photography session or two? Boy did I get spoiled! I ended up assisting all of the speakers for the photography tracks, so I got to enjoy all those sessions! I missed a few other speakers, but I so enjoyed myself and have zero regrets about being 'stuck' in photography. Zero. On Thursday afternoon I enjoyed the photowalk with Anna Epp and about 80 BlissDom attendees. I know the other hotel guests must have thought we were crazy,
When they play so sweetly together my heart swells.
Wilting Cone Flower. Taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens. Location: Berea, KY.
I went out to the garden this morning to check on my plants, just as the sun was coming up over the treetops. The whole yard was bathed in the slanting rays of dawn.