Two does and three fawns, up close and personal.
Several little bunnies in several different locations, utterly fearless.
A black bear, way too close to our cabin.
A dead fox - folks do drive fast out in the country. Roadkill happens.
A number of fat groundhogs.
A number of folks who really shouldn't be wearing that tank top.
Sunset across the Choptank with a sailboat running across the sparkling water.
A flurry of monarch and swallowtail butterflies.
Ospreys and their remarkable nests balanced atop pilings - sort of like the ancient hermits who would sit on a pole as a meditative act.
Rainbows, but mostly blue skies.
A number of horses and cows, including a bull standing at the fence, staring across the road at the fenced-in cows, moo-ing a love song, or a seduction song, or perhaps just the morning's news report.
Farmstands with the most wonderful fruit and vegetables.
Incoming students at Thomas Jefferson's academical institution. Are they getting younger, or am I getting older? Wait...don't answer that.
A great vacation, but it's also great to be home again. On the second load of wash, with a few more to go.