This nasturtium graced my breakfast plate at the Regis Café in Red Lodge, Montana. I don’t recall ever having been served a flower before. A fellow diner told me that nasturtiums are delicious, but I just photographed mine with my iPhone and then took it in the car with me.
Some non-scenic sights from my recent road trip to Wyoming/Montana.
Bathroom mural and selfie, Regis Café, Red Lodge, Montana
Poison Spider Road, Casper, Wyoming. I wonder if there’s a lurid story behind this sign.
The crab rangoon at Bangkok Thai, Thermopolis, Wyoming, looked like stars
A nasturtium was served with breakfast at the Regis Café in Red Lodge, Montana
Cold grasshopper on sage outside the Wyoming Dinosaur Center
The Regis Café is located in the old Regis Grocery building in Red Lodge, Montana
The human need for decoration can turn almost pathological: cf. this wastebasket in the Paintbrush Inn, Thermopolis, Wyoming
Yellowstone crow. It kept moving around nervously, so it was hard to get a good shot.
Closeup of textured stainless steel on one of the sculptures in Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland, Colo.
I love purples of every hue. This was probably taken with a K-1000, then digitized.
Abstract taken at City Museum, St. Louis.
I added saturation to the color in this macro photo of a curb in San Diego. Canon PowerShot S40.
Pale aqua abstract
Another one from Gator Automotive. I like the delicate look, but have no idea what object this cracking paint is covering.