Happy Dragonfly Summer!
A couple of days ago, I enjoyed a short hike at the Tribute Shoreline Nature Trail, which is in Wynnwood Park on the peninsula nestled between the peninsulas of Hidden Cove Park and Stewart Creek Park in The Colony at Lewisville Lake north of Dallas, Texas. In the morning, we had some thunderstorm coming through. So, the temperatures were not as hot as the previous days. But it brought a lot of moisture, and therefore high humidity with it. After about half of a mile, I turned around to get back to the trail head. I have to come back, when the temperatures are cooler, again. But I enjoyed to capture some photos along the trail, which I’ll post here below:
Today, I’ll start a new series “Wildlife Wednesday”. As the name gives it away, every Wednesday, I’ll post photos of an animal, I have photographed in the past or recently. It will be a nice addition to “Flower Friday”.
Today we’ve officially reached 100°F in DFW for the first time this Summer. This Summer is mild compared to the heat we had in July 2018. Back then we had several days with temperatures over 110°F and a heat index of 120°F. The dragonflies like this heat and flies around in the yard.