Another shot of my uncle’s ’56 Chevy in that warm, late evening sunlight.
This alligator quietly swam by to investigate while we were watching several other nearby alligators.
With it’s partially missing 2nd story window and apparently vacant upper floors, this building, near the Central Business District of New Orleans almost looks abandoned.
“Don’t walk through that tall grass,” my Uncle warned. “It’s full of chiggers.” I decided to go anyway; there were some lovely wildflowers I wanted to shoot and I’ve survived worse than a few chigger bites. Two weeks later my ankles finally stopped itching. The wildflower shots were okay but this dragonfly made the itching worth it. If I didn’t know better I would sweat it’s actually smiling.
A bird enjoys the safety offered by perching atop the last post at the end of a dilapidated pier.
This young orangutan climbed and swung on ropes as it played a game of chase with its mother. The photo was taken at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, LA.
This enormous praying mantis prop stands quietly waiting for next year’s Mardi Gras parades. The prop is approximately 12′ – 15′ tall.
This beautiful red-winged blackbird sang from the top of the highest tree, surveying its surroundings