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Here in Columbus, Ohio at the Franklin Park Conservatory it’s once again time for the annual Blooms & Butterflies event. It’s a beautiful event that I have attended ever since moving here and I now go visit butterfly exhibits wherever … Continue reading
We recently went to one of our favorite spots for lunch and I was pleasantly surprised to see there were still begonias doing quite well in the November weather around the restaurants now closed patio.
This Lady’s Slipper orchid just made me think of that song with it’s bright yellow and green colors and the light shining through it.
Bet you’ve never seen anything like this before and you are going to love it’s story! This car, as the story goes, was covered in wicker when it was first purchased and taken to a town in Michigan which – … Continue reading
But it is the shape of an anthurium plant; commonly known as tail flower, flamingo flower and lace leaf. It’s a very pretty plant but it is also poisonous with sap that is irritating to the eyes and skin. … Continue reading
He was a beautiful tortured soul and because of his work (and a Doctor Who episode that actually made me cry) I cannot help but think of him when near sunflowers. These flowers always make me think of summer and … Continue reading
F5.6 – 1/400 – ISO 100 – 35mm – Canon 5D M3
Here is yesterday’s beauty in all of her colorful glory. I have no idea what kind of butterfly this is but she makes being green easy. What is macro photography? Macro photography as defined by Wikipedia as…. “Macro photography (or … Continue reading