Place: Blackburn Park, Webster Groves, Missouri
Date: September 24, 2015
Time: 12:04 PM – 12:09 PM
I don’t get to Blackburn Park as much as I used to because it’s now a four mile round trip walk instead of two which really adds a lot more nonproductive time to the trip. Not that adding those two extra miles wouldn’t be productive for me in some ways.
Let’s start off with some bee shots. Carpenter bees to be specific.
Not to be outdone by those big old carpenter bees, a honey bee shows she can work upside down too.
And now the butterflies. First the ubiquitous skipper with his proboscis all rolled up. Wow! I managed to use the words ubiquitous and proboscis in the same sentence … and I wasn’t even trying to.
Monarch butterfly and I think a male.
Probably a male white cabbage butterfly.
Thank you for stopping by.