A carousel within Boston Commons, that brings back childhood memories to the presentness of delightedness
The painted Modern carousels in America are generally populated with horses. Carousels in Europe, and in America from earlier periods, frequently include diverse varieties of mounts, like pigs, zebras, mythological creatures (such as dragons, sea monsters or unicorns), and deer, to name a few. Sometimes, chair or bench-like seats are used as well, and occasionally mounts can be shaped like airplanes or cars, though these do not always go up and down.
Found reflections within port inspire
A Monarch Butterfly and flower observed within the garden.