A loyal reader found it interesting that we have devoted so much attention in this space recently to the Easter season phenomenon of peep dioramas. (We recently shared an outside link to the Washington Post‘s annual Peep contest, where readers submit photos of the sugary little bunny- and chick-shaped treats posed in a number of humorous settings.)
A co-worker of ours here at the University thought the whole thing was silly. Peeps are no big deal. And he stepped outdoors to photograph some in their natural habitat, both nesting and perched in a tree. Here’s what he sent us.