Tag Archives: roadkill
A few more dearly departed souls who did not cross the road fast enough. Except for the cicada who died from natural causes.
Today I want honor some of my favorites: a beautiful bobcat, an unlucky vulture that lingered too long over carrion in the road, a slightly dramatic ground squirrel, and a low-flying duck.
This post honors more feet from recently deceased creatures. Part One is here. I offer you the feet of a squirrel, a small bird, and a somewhat dried frog.
Part Two of the series on feet of the dead. This time a Great Horned Owl, a lizard, and an armadillo. Part One is here.
This is my new series of photographs memorializing roadkill by their feet. And some weren’t roadkill, just dead. The first photo planted the seed. The only porcupine I’ve ever seen was dead at the side of the road. It had … Continue reading
I don’t know if these green chiles felt pain when they hit the road, but I certainly was saddened by this carnage. Interstate 25, New Mexico, USA.