July 9, 2012
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100% zoom of previous pic.
Northern Blue Butterflies.
I really like the powder blue color on this one.
This one doesn’t have as much blue in it, a female?
As you can see, they are very small too. Hope you enjoyed them!
June 9, 2011
And some butterfly decided to play with the goslings.
September 14, 2010
It’s always nice when they stay still while you get 3 inches from them!
And no, I’m not getting 3 inches from these!
July 15, 2009
Standard blather, click for high resolution image.
I did a night time long exposure with the aperture set at f32. The star effect on the lights are natural. The shorter exposures didn’t produce them. Must do some research on this phenomenon. Also, the moon was a real cool orangish-red and the long exposure over-exposed it.
It’s not a bee but it sure has some similarities. Bee wannabe?
One of these days I’ll learn the names of the things I take pics of! So for now, I’ll just title this ‘Red Flower’. Original, eh?
I tell ya, if I got any closer I’d be on the other side. I swear I hit its tail with my lens as I was trying to get this shot. Notice the texture on the eyes? Yes, it’s mostly blurry. I wanted to close the aperture some more but the sun was setting and the light wasn’t that strong.
This one was up high in a tree. I had to aim high (Air Force pun intended) and hope I had it framed and the auto-focus worked.
July 13, 2009
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Some sort of moth thingy. Small, white, and hard to get near too.
Same type but a rare shot of its wings open.
Name that spider… it’s a daddy longleg.
It’s another one of them blue dragonfly’s but the eyes look different- clear.
Some grasshopper thingy.
Same thing, different angle.
And can you guess what that is?
It’s one of these, from this:
It’s a rare blurry bee with a cool focused tongue thingy.
A hungry moose.
And something my oldest son would do to his car:
Hope you enjoyed this batch! Leave comments, throw money or something.
June 28, 2009
Finally got some sun and time, enjoy!
And now something interesting:
June 14, 2009
Click on the one below to see the detail in his eyes!
Can you hear the fly saying ‘Help me!”?
Palin Fever? Sounds hot, eh?