It looks like a snake, but this is actually an aerial view of a road captured by Nick Santillo while driving to Spruce Knob, W.Va.
Helen Strnisha of Washington spotted this praying mantis while opening her door.
Sarah Bagay was walking along the Ohiopyle Falls Trail when this white-spot skipper butterfly landed on a flower, just in time for a photo.
Albert Hall was in the paddock area when he snapped this photo of the start of a race at The Meadows.
Paul Carson took this photo of a doe and her fawn keeping watchful eyes on a passing young gobbler in a field near West Alexander.
Mary Holmes of Washington took this photo of her Great Dane, Dozer, stopping to smell the flowers during their daily walk.
No, this isn't a mirror image. Ryan Chabala took this photo of his 2-year-old twins, Aiden and Andrew, out for a walk in Town Park in Canonsburg. The photo was sent to us by the twins' grandmother, Fran Henderson.
Coni Francisco of Washington took this photo of a squirrel happily munching on a pear he snatched in Coni's backyard.
Sandy Thomas took this photo of a green heron having a fish for breakfast on the pond at Washington Cemetery.
Becky Sickles sent us this photo of her boys, Kaiden, 7, and Kane, 3, enjoying a soggy and muddy wallow in a creek.
Jeff Filby took this photo of the Arch of Cabo San Lucas, a limestone rock formation at the extreme southern end of Mexico's Baja California peninsula, where the Gulf of Mexico becomes the Pacific Ocean. The arch is three stories tall and was formed by erosion.
Charles Boone of Dormont took this photo while climbing Baldy Mountain, elevation 12,441 feet, in New Mexico.
Sandy Thomas of Washington took advantage of some big mushrooms to create this little scene.
Phil Woodburn took this photo of some hardy wildflowers in the mountains of Montana.
Karen Sprowls of Scenery Hill sent us this photo of a father and son putting up hay. Jim Sprowls is tedding hay in the foreground while his son, Bill, bales hay that was cut the previous day.
Gary Shaw took this photo of a belted kingfisher in a tree next to a pond near his home in West Alexander.
Sally Baird of Waynesburg sent us this photo of one of her bright-green zinnias.
Stephen Ezarik of Scenery Hill took this photo of one of the many daylilies that are now in full bloom and lining country roads in the area.
Pete Wright said he spotted this woodpecker trying to steal his tractor suet feeder at Camp Wilhelm Campgrounds in Clarks Mill.
Allan Jack took this photo of ripe black raspberries, ready for pie baking.
Brook Ward took this photo on the observation deck at Kinzua Bridge State Park.
Maureen McLaughlin found this slimy salamander hidden under the bark of a rotting tree stump in Meadow Lands.
Amanda Durbin of Washington took this photo of a hummingbird moth approaching a bee balm flower.
This is not a science project, or something out of a science-fiction movie. Lynn Daniels said she purchased this tomato before she went on vacation. She put it on a windowsill to ripen, and this is what she came home to.
Deborah Rugg of Washington took this photo of some of the blooms on her lily tree, which she said is close to five feet tall.
Rosemary Pavlovsky of Hickory found this frog sitting on top of a fountain in her backyard.