Sunday, February 26, 2006

Canadian Geese Take an Afternoon Stroll

A couple of geese take an afternoon glide around their pond on a brisk February day (Photo by IIHWII). Posted by Picasa

New Friends

Puppy and kitty check each other out and forge a new friendship. Now they're best friends! (IIHWII). Posted by Picasa

Messengers Of Spring

High atop an old fire tower mountain in the Ouachita Forest, Spring's yellow messengers appear out of nowhere. Maybe a former Forest Ranger planted them years ago? (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Friday, February 24, 2006

Charlotte's Dying Tulips

They're still pretty though! (Photo by IIHWII).

Smooth As A Mirror

Mirror image of the old railroad bridge looking southeast from near the Arkansas Queen and USS Razorback. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

The Sun Burns Off the Winter Fog

The sun peeps through the fog and clouds on an early morning in February. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Monday, February 20, 2006

A Cold Clinton Library

A View of the Clinton Library and the old Railroad Bridge soon to be converted to a pedestrian walkway. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

New England in Arkansas

The Covered Bridge in Burns Park could very well be in New Hampshire. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Winter Up Close

Here's the juxtaposition of the recent extremes in weather we have been experiencing here in Arkansas - flowers and snow, ivy and ice. Strange but beautiful, huh? (photos by IIHWII).

Winter Comes to Arkansas

Winter finally arrives in Arkansas, cold and icy, but still serene, as seen in these chilly photos (photos submitted by David W. Quinn).

Saturday, February 18, 2006

What a Difference a Day Makes

It was a nice day for, well you know. This serene scene is in the Lakewood area of North Little Rock. (Photos by APM)

Drops of Gold

As this photo is posted, a solid freezing rain is falling in Central Arkansas. It is worrisome that many flowers and trees may be damaged. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Tulip Tree Comes to Life at the State Capitol

A budding tulip tree on Valentine's Day at the Arkansas State Capitol. (Photos submitted by David W. Quinn)

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Three Views of the Broadway Bridge

The Broadway Bridge in Downtown Little Rock
as seen from the Northside of the River Trail
(photos by IIHWII).

Monday, February 13, 2006

At the River's Edge

(photo by IIHWII)
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Shorebird Flees with Its Catch

A small shorebird leaves with its catch before nightfall. I
am unable to determine if it is an egret or a heron, zoom
in if you can and let me know what you think (photo by IIHWII). Posted by Picasa

Lone Pine on a Ledge

Winter winds were whipping through the old rock quarry in North Little Rock while a lone pine appears to be standing watch. (Photo by APM)

Friday, February 10, 2006

Spring...Winter...Who Knows?

Pictures of a budding tree before the snow arrived
(photos by JCJ).

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Budding Maple in Levy

Gonna be a bushy year! (Photo by APM)
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It's Much Too Early For This

What weird but wonderful weather we've been having. Everything is early in Arkansas. (Photo by APM) Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, February 08, 2006


A chilly, but lovely, sunset in Central Arkansas.
(photo by IIHWII). Posted by Picasa

The Capitol and the Broadway Bridge

(photo by IIHWII)
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And the Lights Come On in Riverfront Park

Dusk in Riverfront Park along the Arkansas River
(photo IIHWII).