Panorama that Google generated of the flooding in our Phoenix-area apartment complex. It was the wettest day in Phoenix history. Roads flooded, there were land slides, and schools even closed for rain days.
The Google “Auto-Awesome” photo edit of our campsite this weekend near Payson, Arizona. Lots of “dog haired thickets” of Ponderosa Pine trees in this area.
Google’s “Auto-Awesomed” version of a shot of me helping my wife with a mark-and-recapture protocol last night. I’m positioned over a subnest of Aphaenogaster (Novomessor) cockerelli — a pseudo-seed harvester ant that is common in our Arizona desert.
Just another night helping the wife with fieldwork. We are the traditional American family.
……even this morning, I was still finding bugs when blowing my nose. Damn that headlamp…
The Fortress in Würzburg. We stayed in the hostel just below it, looking up at it across a hill of grapes. Franconia has a lot of white wine.
Lots of cool critters in Heidelberg, Germany. Check out this giant beetle we found on Philosopher’s Way.