Sewanee is home to the Aurora Damsel, the 27th species of damselfly I've identified and photographed on the Domain.
I may be the Dragonfly Whisperer of the Domain: I walked to my neighbor's yard and saw one hawking overhead; I walked out of the cashier's office at the College and saw another hawking near the Chapel; I drove home and saw a third one as soon as I stepped out of the car. (Does this happen to everyone?)
Strong sun turns the grimy porch deck into a shadowed cage, trapping dove and airplane.
Skipping a photowalk on another overcast day can be relaxing and productive.
My niece loved my gift of a cellphone case featuring my poppy photograph.
The best laid plans will go wrong at the worst possible moment; even skillful medical personnel can find tick nymphs virtually impossible to grab and pull from flesh; the Nashville Friday rush hour apparently begins at 3:30pm.
Ticks love the pine straw mulch in my neighbor's gardens. Four ticks in as many days are four ticks too many, even if the resulting photos are beautiful.