Oops! Meant to post this yesterday for Cee’s Flower of the Day for February 18, 2018. Better late than never, I suppose. Cee’s flower was a bearded iris and one had just popped up in the garden, so I thought I’d do another, too. 🙂
Butterflies in February?? Well maybe down under but not usually in the northern reaches of ‘up over’. And perhaps the time of year explains why this tortiseshell looks a bit worse for wear.
You know those ‘virtual tours’ where your point of view is from the center with you looking out at the subject as if it was wrapped around you? Well this time your ‘Tour Guide‘ has done the reverse: a full 360° set of views of a park gazebo from the outside looking in to give you an impression of all sides at once.
Two images taken January 30, 2018 of an essentially full moon: the super blue moon (super = when a full moon is at a closest approach to Earth; blue = second full moon in the same month).
The last image: a super blue blood moon 🙂