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For a funny Friday I decided to ask you, dear readers and fellow mirth makers, to caption this image. This was purely an accidental shot as I was focusing on getting the butterfly by itself on the flower when this … Continue reading
Be it rainy, sunny, hot, or cold – I hope your weekend is beautiful and productive. Productive can include relaxation too if that is your activity of choice. I hope the rain stays away here this weekend because there are … Continue reading
F14 – 1/80 – ISO 100 – 100mm – Canon 5D M3
The coneflowers are just about all gone and I haven’t seen that many bees buzzing around. The temps have dropped and are now much cooler; cool enough to open windows and doors and let some fresh air in. As spring … Continue reading
F 4.0 – 1/1250 – ISO 100 – 100mm – Canon 5D III To purchase this or other images please visit – http://www.imagesbytdashfield.com
WARNING! WARNING! If you are squeamish about insects then this might not be the post for you. I say that because of a fellow blogging friend who I know absolutely abhors the ugly insect part of this post; I told … Continue reading
Today was the perfect day to get out and do some nature photography. Unfortunately the park I went to wasn’t as ready as I was. I was disappointed that the rose park was not in bloom yet but for one … Continue reading
Human beings can partake of these flowers too. Photo taken in Inniswood Metro Gardens, Westerville, Ohio. F6.3 – 1/250 – ISO100 – 100mm – Daylight WB – Canon 5D
“Maybe if I hide my head under these petals the other bees won’t find me. You didn’t see me!” said the bee.