A walk at Kranji Marshes, Singapore, on 20 June 2021 give us this wonderful find: an Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas) spotted resting on a tree. Included here are shots showing its feathery antenna, it's 'snake head' wing and a size comparison with my hand.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/8 ]

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Selfie, eye contact. 

Its cottonwood season, and there was a ton of cotton fuzz balls everywhere. A came across one especially fuzzy tree, and took a selfie to show the scale of the fuzz.

Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Oak Harbor, Ohio 2021-06-95

I think these are mushrooms, but I'm not certain. I've never seen anything quite like them. There were probably around 30 to 50 stalks in the area.

Milford, Michigan, 2021-06-04.

Probably a Canada Goose feather. Waterford, Michigan 2021-06-03

Turtle, Waterford, Michigan, 2021-06-03

This was one of several turtles we saw making their way onto land to lay eggs.

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American Robin, Waterford, Michigan, 2021-06-03

I got up super early to walk with my Mom, so it was still chilly and this robin was fluffed up to keep warm.

Brood X Cicada, Louisville, Kentucky 2021-05-23

A few neighborhoods in town are covered in these, but most places have none.

I went camping withy brother last weekend. The campground had a hiking trail, and a section of it was called "pine corridor". I can see why.

Out of 173 photos I took this morning, I ended up with 21 keepers.

Snapping Turtle, Sterling Heights, Michigan 6/2/2021

It had dug a hole and was laying eggs right next to the paved trail.

Squirrel, Sterling Heights, Michigan 6/2/2021

This squirrel was so tiny, I think it was a baby. It was very curious, approaching us and watching us observe it.

Female Red-bellied Woodpecker, Sterling Heights, Michigan 6/2/2021

Originally thought the bird had a white stripe on its beak, but the photos reveal that it's some kind of insect.

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