This picture was taken from under one of the two walking bridges that cross over the Arkansas Rivers. This bridge crosses over the Big Arkansas, the other (not in picture) over the Little Arkansas. Where the bridges meet, which is also where the two rivers meet and become one, is near where the Keeper of the Plains statue stands. You can see the Keeper of the Plains to the left of the picture. It looks dwarfed in comparison to the bridge, but that's an illusion caused by the distance of the shot. Wouldn't it be fun to walk upside down under a bridge like this one?
Saturday, June 30, 2007
Thursday, June 28, 2007
What a nice suprise - as I zoomed in to enlarge a picture of flowers, I spotted a spotted bug . Ladybugs are loved by children. Do you recall any Ladybug poems? I remember one that went something like this....
Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home
Your house is on fire
and your children may burn.
Where is that Ladybug they call Nan,
She's fast asleep under the frying pan.
What were your favorite bugs when you were young?