IG Posts

Gorgeous grass moth
August 8, 2022
Carolina leaf-rolling cricket
Leaf-rolling Cricket
August 9, 2022
I'm back to blogging - and on a more regular basis!

For the past two years, I've posted images on Instagram (IG) 4X per week, but have ignored this poor blog. While IG has been a great way for me to engage directly with people interested in native plants and local wildlife (especially insects), the platform is quickly abandoning photography for videos. So, while I will continue to post to IG, I will now blog these posts here too.

Even if you follow me on IG, these website posts allow me to post additional images without their silly size restrictions.

Filters are available at the top of the main Blog page. To filter posts, use Categories or Tags.

  • Select the category 'IG posts' to filter all of the images and short stories I post to Instagram. You can further reduce these by selecting either 'IG Plants' or 'IG Wildlife'. Use the categories 'Natural Landscaping' or 'Nature Discoveries' to filter for our more in-depth blog articles that are rich in images.
  • Tags can be used to filter to a single concept.
  • Once you have applied a filter, the right and left arrows navigate through the filtered blog articles only.
  • Select XShow All at the top right of any page, or reselect the Blog menu item to return the full list.

That's me in the image. My hat ornament is a male Chalk-fronted Corporal (Libellula Julia). His shoulder stripes earned him the title Corporal. Gary took the photo while we were on a butterfly and dragonfly nature trip.