A: I don’t believe in either one.
When my friend Heidi and her Mom invited me to visit the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden with them this fine March morning, it was a whole, whole, whole lot of fun.
Since Heidi prearranged the visit, the folks managing the garden put this up to welcome her:
Heidi is aware I am an enormous fan of butterflies. She is also aware it is a bit early in the season for butterflies to be out. Her instincts as a hostess are amazing. She brought one along just to help me have a more enjoyable visit!
I’m fond of yellow; there was no shortage in that department either:
Heidi and her Mom both know I prefer hiking at Pony Pasture over nearly any other activity. Pony Pasture and Lewis Ginter have a lot in common. I see plenty of these big guys in both places. The first is the head and wise eye of a Canada Goose (Branta canadensis):
For today’s final shot I zoomed in on his feathers; I enjoyed the pattern they made:
Thanks for the invitation and expert guided tour Heidi – you’ve convinced me to become a member! Have a great day,