At Gillette Castle State Park in East Haddam, CT.
For Macro Mondays’ “Pastel” challenge on Flickr.
Turnera diffusa. In Wickham Park in Manchester, CT.
Researchers were so entranced by the pink and yellow fish that they failed to spot a sixgill shark swimming just above their heads
Source: Newly Discovered Neon Fish Species Is Named After Greek Goddess of Love | Smart News | Smithsonian
That pink is scary. The flavor is supposed to be secret and guessed. Some guess cherry or strawberry candy, but I think it’s more like raspberry and bubble gum. Not even cola.
I didn’t edit the photo even though the lighting was dark because the colors and contrasts came out more spooky as is.
Purchased from napaJapan.com.
This yet-undiscovered breeding center is likely one of the first instances of exotic animal husbandry in the region
Source: A Macaw Breeding Center Supplied Prehistoric Americans With Prized Plumage | Science | Smithsonian