A few nice photos of animals images I found:
Sphinx du frangipanier
Image by Fabrice ROSE
Pseudosphinx tetrio est une espèce de papillon de la famille des sphingidés que l'on trouve dans les Antilles françaises, et du sud du Brésil jusqu'à la pointe sud de la Floride...
The Tetrio sphinx (Pseudosphinx tetrio) is a moth of the Sphingidae family. It ranges from Brazil in South America and West-Indies to the southern United States.
Lift Off- Best Viewed Large
Image by aussiegall
The weather started to fine up today, so I was out in the garden which meant more photo opportunities
'Lift Off- Best Viewed Large' On Black
Taken with a Sony DSC-H1
Kahuna Luna, an American Dog, is demonstrating the way Americans are treating our southern Mexican neighbors in Arizona
Image by Beverly & Pack
Arizona Senate Bill 1070
Arizona Senate Bill 1070 is legislation signed into law in the U.S. state of Arizona by governor Jan Brewer on April 23, 2010. It is the broadest and strictest anti-illegal immigration measure in decades and has received national and international attention and spurred controversy. The legislation's name is Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act but is best known as simply Arizona SB1070. The bill is scheduled to go into effect on July 28, 2010, ninety days after the end of the legislative session (sine die). Legal challenges over its constitutionality and compliance with civil rights law are expected.
The bill makes it a misdemeanor state crime for an alien to be in Arizona without carrying legal documents, steps up state and local law enforcement of Federal immigration laws, and cracks down on those sheltering, hiring and transporting illegal immigrants. The paragraph on intent in the legislation says it embodies an 'attrition through enforcement' doctrine.
Critics of the legislation say it encourages racial profiling based on wording and possible enforcement, while supporters say the law enforces existing federal law. The law was modified within a week of its signing with the goal of addressing some of these concerns. There have been protests in opposition to the law in many U.S. cities, including calls for boycotts of Arizona. Polling found the law has majority support in Arizona and nationwide -Wikipedia