And yet, they persist…

U up?

I haven’t been to the park much lately. Instead I’ve been riding my bike on the Oak Leaf Trail, and it is peak aster season right now. I hope you get a chance to get out and see them in all their glory. As luck would have it, there are even still a few butterflies around to make the pictures interesting. Mind you, I’m reduced to using just my phone, and I get people shouting “zip it up, buddy” as they ride by while I carefully wade through the flowers covered in bees on the side of the trail trying to line up a shot. In any case, here’s what I got.

Finally, not everybody is so brightly colored, and this little guy blended in quite well with the pavement as it slowly crossed from the railroad tracks to the Brown Deer Park golf course north of Good Hope road.

I hope it finds a nice little pond to swim in.

Published by Andrew Dressel

Theoretical and Applied Bicycle Mechanic

2 thoughts on “And yet, they persist…

  1. Holy moly dems are great photos, phone or no phone. I especially liked “some moth.”Also, thanks for the bike riding tips. The trail is indeed clearish north of Hampton.

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