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Tag Archives: insects
F7.1 – 1/2000 – 90mm macro – ISO6400 – Sony A7rIII – Lightroom Teri 📷
Little ones – dragonflies to be exact 😉 Teri 📷
Sylvia’s back! She first appeared here in Arizona. We met again at the Butterfly House in Missouri but not only her, I met her ‘cousin’ a brown Clipper as well. This was my first time ever seeing a brown Clipper. … Continue reading
I was this close to dubbing this post “hooters” but I couldn’t bring myself to do it 🙂 This was the first time I have ever witnessed an owl butterfly with it’s wings open. Who knew the little hoots … Continue reading
The butterfly guy mentioned something about what butterflies eat but I was too busy snapping away at one who was holding perfectly still on a leaf on the other side of the area. I could’ve sworn he said something about … Continue reading
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
As you can probably guess here, I love doing macro shots and I love going for macro shots of bees. Normally I am a bit leery around bees because when I have been stung I do swell up but for … Continue reading
Dryas iulia – Julia Butterfly.