Before Christmas we went to Northern Kentucky to visit some close family friends for Christmas and one of our Godchildren's birthdays. While we were there we went back to the Creation Museum. This time to see the live nativity. We got there early to fight the crowds and walked through the museum. I saw the large dragonfly fossil that I remembered seeing from our first trip there. But, when we got down to the lower level, I saw something I didn't remember. Two dragonflies. Two of them fossilized forever and together in this display.
Isn't it just facinating? One day these two were just flying around and then they are frozen in time for us to see. Dragonflies have a very short lifespan when they get their wings, but these two (like my two) have forever left an imprint.
Fossils just amaze me.