The lifeline of man coexisting with nature.
Almost every year there is a graffiti artist gathering in St. Louis along the flood wall south of the Gateway Arch. Artists from all over the country converge and paint the wall with the approval of the city. There are some wonderful works created. This particular piece is by an artist called Norm4eva.
Black Crowned Night Heron taking step.
I rescued this teddy bear from the trash last week and now he’s my photography buddy. Here is on the mean streets of Alton Illinois looking sad.
Chihuly glass ball at the Missouri Botanical Gardens
Today’s outing was with the Photo Flood group in St. Louis. We visited Columbus Square which is on the north side of the Edward Jones Dome. It is a mixed use area with lots of decay. Ran across this paperback book in an old alley.
Since I had a day off I went over to Blackburn Park in Webster Groves to see the young owls while they are still hanging around the nest. Two of them were in the trees while the youngest was still in the nest. It was so much fun watching them soaking up the sun and testing their wings. Mom was close by keeping watch on them. It won’t be long before the youngest is out of the tree with its siblings.
One of the crazy rabbits that are chasing each other around my backyard. This one stopped to take a breather.