The below photos have been added to their respective sections of the web site in January 2018. I assembled them here so you didn't have to hunt for photos scattered on multiple pages.
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At sunset a few days before the full moon, one can see vallies leading to a circular spot in the lower right of the sphere (reminds me of sections of an orange meeting at the top). (December 30, 2017)
Striped sweat bee.
The underside of what I believe to be a male spring fishfly. Its antennas are comb-like.
Polka dot wasp moth.
Yellow tiger swallowtail butterfly.
Withered mocis moth (Withered is part of the name and not an adjective I added to the name.)
This mushroom is like a meaty brown leaf on the end of a wide brown stem.
The spider lily bud (October 20, 2017) holds many blooms (November 3, 2017).
The flowers will eventually open to look like this. (November 13, 2014)
Here's a morning glory in the afternoon--both a closed bloom and a bud to the left of it.(October 20, 2017)
These morning glories were blooming in the afternoon.(November 16, 2017)
All photos © S. M. Garver