Local color

A tiger swallowtail on Lewis' syringa, Idaho's state flower. Native Americans used the straight stems of the syringa to make arrows. Photographed by Stan Gibbons at his home in Lewiston on 6-4-2019.

You are invited to contribute photographs to this community photo album. Your photo will appear here and also be eligible to run in the print edition of the Lewiston Tribune, on the back page of Wednesday’s Northwest section, or daily in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News as that newspaper’s Reader Photo of the Day.