Your July photos depicted summer in all of its rich color and life. Flying insects were a frequent theme, including some spectacular images of giant moths, and a cheering number of images of both adult monarchs and caterpillars. You also spent a lot of time by water: a damselfly posed on a waterlily, a big bull moose ate a lily snack, and a gorgeous male red-winged blackbird showed off his wings from his perch on a cattail. Speaking of red, check out the images of glossy baneberries and cardinal flowers in bloom.
We’re now looking for August 2018 photos that relate to northeastern forests. These could be images of people, plants, wildlife, weather, forest management, wood processing, educational activities, recreation, art, landscapes, or events. To submit your photos, please use the form at the bottom of this page. Thank you!
Submission deadline for next gallery: Monday, August 27, 2018