Cape Chignecto Provincial Park Adventure Day 10, July 8
It was raining steadily this morning but skies improved in the afternoon as we awaited post tropical storm Elsa.
Some of the wildflower photographs are of escapees but they are still wildflowers, just not native wildflowers like many birds and Eurasian races of humans are not native to this place.
Since every bird and plant on these continents of North and South America were all given names thousands of years ago what gives the Eurasians like me the pretension to rename them all after cities, states or old men that came here later. All names are folk names except the scientific names which is really just a catalogue of species.
Black-throated Blue Warbler
Late Day Sky Over Cape Chignecto