The world seems awfully turbulent and noisy right now, and I don’t know about you, but I could use a little calm and serenity. In my world, calm and serenity often come from a quiet walk through a prairie early in the morning or late in the evening when the light is soft and the breeze is even softer. I’ve been fortunate to enjoy a few of those mornings and evenings this month, and I’m hoping maybe a few photos from those tranquil times might bring a little peacefulness into your life as well.
Common milkweed seeds (Asclepias syriaca). Lincoln Creek Prairie. Aurora, Nebraska.
A stinkbug posing on Canada tick clover (Desmodium canadense). Deep Well Wildlife Management Area, Nebraska.
Grasshopper on silky prairie clover (Dalea villosa). Niobrara Valley Preserve, Nebraska.
Tall thistle (Cirsium altissimum) seeds. Deep Well Wildlife Management Area, Nebraska.
A painted lady butterfly settles in for the night on Canada goldenrod (Solidago canadensis). Deep Well Wildlife Management Area, Nebraska.
Dew drops. Lincoln Creek Prairie. Aurora, Nebraska.
Peace be with you all, my friends.
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