March 1, 2016 — Looking east on H Street Northwest in Washington, DC.
A wood duck nervously watches me try to take its picture.
A red-bellied woodpecker eats at my feeders.
A Carolina chickadee sits on a branch among emerging magnolia buds.
Lesser celandine, also known as fig buttercup, is nice to look at, but is an invasive species in North America.
A downy woodpecker eats at my feeders
A Yellow-bellied sapsucker chills near my feeders.
The magnolias are in full bloom today in Silver Spring, Md.
Mount Gilead, North Carolina — A male eastern bluebird rests on a branch, March 9, 2019.
A hermit crab hangs out on the beach at Emerald Isle, North Carolina.
A wall along Post Alley in Seattle is covered in gum. It's undeniably disgusting, but oddly beautiful.
The Fellowship of the ring, pixelified.
A 9/11 memorial on the Penn State University Park Campus, near some of the art buildings, in October of 2001.
Love Park in Philadelphia
A crocodile monitor lizard at the Philadelphia Zoo
A peacock at the Philadelphia Zoo
Stillwater cliffs in Union Dale, Pa., near my parents’ house.