Hummingbird Hawk-Moth: This strange little creature is actually an insect found from Portugal to Japan, but is resident only in warmer climates (southern Europe, North Africa & points east). It flies during the day, especially in bright sunshine, but also at dusk, dawn, and even in the rain.
Doups Point at Taylorsville Road and Bardstown Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Four cars are parked along a wide dirt road which ends in the background at railroad tracks. Left of the road is a repair store and Standard Oil. Beyond, left of the tracks is "Steiden Stores" (name partly blocked by a telephone pole). Two people stand on the railroad tracks.
Tucked away in Morris, Connecticut, is Winvian Farm. While the property offers an array of cottages, including one with a camping theme and another with a stable motif, the Treehouse Cottage is particularly cozy. It's raised 35 feet in the air and has a gas fireplace, a steam shower, and a Jacuzzi. Winvian is also home to a working farm with sheep, pigs, chickens, and three acres of gardens, where 75 percent of the food comes from year-round.