Midday photographs make the Badlands National Park in South Dakota appear like barren moonscape. The subtle hues of the rock are lost in the glare of a high summer sun. That said, I think it creates a better sense of how impressive it is for Desert Bighorn Sheep to thrive in the arid wilderness.
The "Sturgeon Moon" is a traditional name for the first full moon of August. I have no idea whether sturgeon fishing on Lake Erie was better under that full moon, but it's a pretty cool name.
The grill gives this iconic pickup it's nickname. This 1952 Ford's grill give the impression of large teeth. Like great, white teeth. With a little imagination, like Great White Shark teeth.
Chipping Sparrow, photographed along Mill Creek in Union County, OH.
Desert bighorn sheep rams browsing in the afternoon heat of the South Dakota Badlands.
In the shadows of downtown Columbus, Scioto Audubon is 120 acres of reclaimed urban wasteland along the the Scioto River.