Dangling white clusters of Black Locust flowers were at their peak today.
Along the West River a few Mountain Laurel flowers opened, presaging the show to come on Black Mountain.
A Baltimore Bumolocha moth rested for the day next to an Arched Hooktip moth.
And along the railroad bike path … a Moose! Shortly after I took this picture the moose wallowed across the river, safely crossing Rte. 30 and was going west when last seen.
|Baltimore Bumolocha and Arched Wingtip moths|
|Moose on RR bike path|
|Black Locust flowers|