I believe this is a wild strawberry, but seek the taxonomic name and want confirmation. See these back home in Sweden all the time and we call them "smultron"
Sitting in grass outside my front door, it let me walk up to it. I thought it was injured but it was alright.
Multiple pictures of Virginia Creeper which can be confused with Poison Ivy. Note the way the stems are not anchored to tree trunk in the same way as Poison Ivy.
Poison ivy growing on a tree
Dogwood tree blooming near my home
About 2ft tall, herbaceous, leaves (almost) whirled, looked like 6 sepals and 3 petals
Late bloomer in the area--growing on shady, north-facing creek bluff.
Same individual as http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/1405736
Libellulidae: Pachydiplax longipennis - Blue Dasher dragonfly, female ?
Libellulidae: Libellula vibrans - Great Blue Skimmer Dragonfly
Ichneumonidae: Anomaloninae: Barylypa or Agrypon sp.
Dolphin-watching boat trip