Mondays with Art
Enjoy picturesque scenes of your local Metroparks with renowned photographer Art Weber. New photos will be added each week as Metroparks Toledo and the Area Office on Aging brings you Mondays with Art! Tap or click on a photo for a full-size view you can save to your device.
A beautiful Blue dasher caught preparing to take flight.
A pair of Trumpeter swans enjoy the quite waters of the wetlands at Howard Marsh.
A curious Red squirrel looks back at the camera.
An early morning in the beautiful oak opening savanna.
Calm waters of the Maumee River at sunset.
You can almost feel the warm breeze dance across these Gray headed coneflowers of Oak Openings.
Light streams through the trees canopies at Secor Metroparks.
An Egret enjoys the sunset at Howard Marsh
A rare sight to behold, an up close view of the wings of a male Spicebush swallowtail.
Who is watching whom in this picture of a young male White tailed deer at Side Cut.
Wiregrass Metropark is a haven for dragon and damselflies like this stunning Ruby Meadowhawk.
By using backlighting Art was able to capture the beauty of the Monarch Caterpillar on Common Milkweed.
Geese enjoy a beautiful sunrise at Blue Creek Quarry.
The majesty of a Black oak in the meadow at Wildwood is captured in this photo.
This photo shows the serenity of the Maumee River in the midafternoon.
Summer on the savannah at Oak Openings.
The Swan Creek meanders through many parks including this picture from Oak Openings.
A breathtaking morning sunrise over a prairie in the Oak Openings Region.
Cup plants in beautiful bloom at Oak Openings Metropark.
A Killdeer enjoys the lush vegetation at Howard Marsh.
A mother Whitetail deer frolics with her twin fawns by the Maumee River at Side Cut.
An angular-winged Katydid enjoys the evening.
Rays of light filter in through the trees on this picturesque morning in Oak Openings.
You can almost feel and see the breeze in this picture of Prairie dock at Secor.
The glow of the setting sun lights the Wolf Rapids at Providence.
The morning sun reflecting off the Maumee River near Providence Metropark.
The afternoon sun plays peek-a-boo through Big bluestem at Blue Creek Metropark.
A rain garden provides the nourishment necessary for the sneezeweed at Wildwood.
A Tiger Swallowtail butterfly enjoys necturing on Lantana.
Common turns soar above their nesting platforms at Howard Marsh.
Buckeyes are still hanging tough at Farnsworth Metropark even if colleges aren’t playing football!
Gray-headed coneflowers and Bergamont greet the morning at Blue Creek Metroparks.
Sun streams through a majestic Bur oak at Secor Metropark.
The train trestle bridge overlooking a shallow Maumee River at Kuhlman Landing at Providence.
A full moon causes the waters of the Maumee to shimmer near Side Cut Metropark.
A Wood frog calmly sits waiting for a meal to pass by.
An Orb weaver's web caught in the early morning dew at Blue Creek.
The first sneak peak of fall color emerging in the parks.
A Ruby throated hummingbird caught mid flap in this rare moment of photographic stillness.
Sunrise at Wiregrass brings hints of the remaining yellow and blues of the summer.
Vibrant Virginia creeper plays peek-a-boo amongst the green foliage.
Ostrich ferns in their fall finery abound in this photo.
Take a virtual stroll through Oak Openings and enjoy the flashy fall color.
This mottled sand grasshopper is taking his camouflage techniques to the max.
The sun and the mist rise over Wolf Rapids near Providence Metropark.
Prairie asters sway in the breeze at Blue Creek.
Ostrich ferns are turning from golden hues to brown as fall’s cool temperatures arrive.
Sassafras and maples show off their vibrant reds and yellows at Evergreen Lake.
A Crab spider spinning his web on the strikingly yellow Golden rod.
A Red maple at Mallard Lake brings vibrancy to the blue sky behind it.
Witch hazel leaves beginning to transform from green to yellow in fall.
The sun reflects the blue skies and fluffy clouds as a fisher enjoys the Maumee River at Providence Dam.
A glorious sun rises through the fall color at Oak Opening over Springbrook.
A misty morning dawns over the restored prairie at Blue Creek Metropark.
The showy sassafras turning from orange to red.
The moon plays tricks with the camera in the Maumee River at Side Cut Metropark